The Science Of Self-Sabotage
~ this article coming soon


Self-sabotage is a common occurrence in which people undermine their own success or happiness by engaging in self-destructive behavior. This can manifest in many ways, such as procrastination, self-doubt or feelings of inadequacy, or risky behaviors. People often do this because they are afraid of change or feel unworthy of success.

We’ve all been there. We’re finally in a good spot, things are going well and we’re taking care of ourselves. And then suddenly, out of nowhere, we do something to ruin our hard work and send ourselves right back to square one. Whether it’s eating that pint of ice cream after a long day or skipping the gym, or relaxing on the couch to view a late-night show because we’d rather watch TV, or putting off until tomorrow what could be done today, we’ve all engaged in self-sabotage at one point or another.

Recognizing the signs of self-sabotage is the first step to overcoming it. It is possible to overcome self-sabotage with effort and awareness. With awareness and practice, it is possible to break the cycle of self-sabotage and lead a more productive and fulfilling life.

. . . to be continued