FREE: Stop Self-Sabotaging!
Get yourself un-stuck and kick self-sabotaging behaviors to the curb!
It sounds crazy that people would intentionally self-sabotage, but they do... and the results can be really significant. Chronic self-sabotage depletes drive and motivation and leaves us sad, anxious, and can erode self-esteem.
Self-sabotage occurs when we destroy ourselves physically, mentally, or emotionally or deliberately hinder our own success and wellbeing by undermining personal goals and values (Brenner, 2019). It can be conscious or unconscious depending on level of awareness.
An example of conscious self-sabotage is deciding to eat cake every day, despite a goal to eat less sweets.
Unconscious self-sabotage happens when a personal goal or value has been undermined but not initially recognized.