Self-sabotage is a pattern of thoughts and behaviors that can prevent us from achieving our goals. It can manifest itself in many ways, such as addiction, procrastination, disorganization, and more. Self-sabotage is often driven by a lack of faith in oneself, the need for control, or the fear of failure. To overcome self-sabotage, it is important to recognize when it is happening and why.
Once we understand this, we can start working on reinforcing positive behaviors that replace self-sabotage. Self-therapy is a great way to start taking control of our actions and build confidence in ourselves. It is also important to communicate with the people we love and care about and tell them how we feel. By being aware of our life's trajectory and taking action to address our self-sabotage, we can drive it out of our lives and reach our goals.