Do you ever experience the negative thought "I'm a failure"?
According to members of The Depression Project's 3,000,000+ person social media community, the negative thought "I'm a failure" is often triggered in many, many different situations, such as when:
- You compare yourself to other people who you feel are doing better than you;
- You don’t achieve a goal that you’d set out to achieve;
- You don’t feel as if you’re living up to certain expectations of yourself – either your own, or those of other people;
- You experience a disappointing setback;
- You are put down and criticised by other people;
- You struggle to do something that you feel you should be able to do (such as, for example, completing something at work, sticking to healthy habits, maintaining a clean home, and/or consistently attending to your personal hygiene).
And, not only is “I’m a failure” one of the most common negative thoughts that our community members reported experiencing due to the myriad of different ways that it can be triggered, but as you may be able to relate to yourself, it can also be one of the most deep-seated – to such an extent that it can be a firmly entrenched belief, and one you may’ve held about yourself for years or even decades.
For this reason, the notion that you can actually free yourself from the negative thought (or belief) “I’m a failure” may seem extremely difficult to fathom. However, “I’m a failure” really is just that – a negative thought (or a negative belief) – as opposed to a fact. And, for this reason, we’ve put together this cognitive behavioural therapy-based journal, in order to help you:
- See for yourself that this negative thought / belief is not true;
- Start viewing yourself in a much more positive, self-compassionate way, and feel more worthy as a result.
FAQ #1: Why should I be confident this journal will help me?
This journal is grounded in cognitive behavioural therapy - which in case you don't know, is a leading form of treatment for depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, personality disorders, and a wide range of other mental health issues.
Additionally, this journal is also written with the warmth, care, encouragement and insight that, with 3,000,000+ followers on social media, The Depression Project has become renowned for :)
FAQ #2: What format does this journal come in?
This journal comes in PDF Format - which you will be able to download instantly after purchase, and then print off at your home, office or local printer :)
FAQ #3: What if I give this journal a try but I don't like it?
We're extremely, extremely confident that you're going to find this journal immensely helpful. But, just in case you don't, you're protected by The Depression Project's 60 Day, No-Questions-Asked, 100% Moneyback Guarantee - to completely put your mind at ease.
If you have any questions about this journal, then please feel free to click here and contact us so that someone from our friendly team can answer them for you :)
Otherwise, we hope you choose to get this journal, because we know that you're going to find it really, really helpful!
All our love,
The Depression Project Team.