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Breaking out of Inferiority Complex

18 Aug 2016

 
Do you often compare yourself to others? Do you feel
 
insecure even during a good time in your life? Do you think
 
if only you were 10kgs lighter, you will feel better about
 
yourself?
 
 
 
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may
 
be suffering from inferiority complex.
 
Inferiority complex is usually a feeling of shame or anxiety
 
that stems from certain situations in which one views
 
oneself as inferior to others. It develops as a result of past
 
experiences which made you feel inadequate or unworthy.
 
The causes can vary from person to person. Here are a few
 
examples:
 
 Being physically shorter or weaker than peers
 
 
 Being called stupid, lazy or fool by parents, teachers or
 
peers
 
 Having a lower socio-economic status than peers
 
 Being constantly compared with others over academics or        sports
 
 Being made to feel unworthy by parents or peers
 
These instances especially during childhood play a pivotal
 
role in the development of an inferiority complex. They make
 
the child feel that he/she is unworthy and incapable of doing
 
anything worthwhile. Though some children get over these
 
initial experiences, other don’t. Some will form limiting
 
beliefs about themselves and will actually start believing that
 
they are inferior to others.
 
Having an inferiority complex is nothing to be ashamed of.
 
Like your eating habits, it has been grilled in you through the
 
words of those you trusted and believed in. However, it
 
gradually becomes a vicious cycle which stops you from
 
performing at your best and that is why this pattern needs to
 
be changed.
 
Let me depict how inferiority complex works. Anil was repeatedly compared with others in his childhood by his parents. For them, he was never good enough, be it academics or sports. Gradually, he began to believe that he was not as good as the others. This developed in him a feeling of inadequacy. Presently he works in a MNC.
 
Although he got there on his own abilities, he believes it must have been his good luck. Believing that he does not possess the required skills to perform at his current job, he doesn’t give it his best. Employees who joined the company with him keep getting promotions while he remains at the same position. This further strengthens his belief that he is not good enough, others are better than him.
 
Did you see how inferiority complex bounds a vicious cycle around you which is hard to get out from? How to come out of inferiority complex?
 
Now that you know what’s pulling you down in both your personal and professional life, it’s time to take a step towards finding a solution. Although inferiority complex develops over time and is sometimes resistant to change.
 
we at ePsyClinic within 3-5 sessions aim to pull inferiority complex from its very roots and make you more confident about yourself. This change will result in a better personal and professional progress for you.
 
Reflective therapy allows one to explore parts of oneself that are masked by everyday issues and helps one find the actual problem.

With reaching the cause, we are often able to reach the 'cure' and understand how to make things better. Perhaps, it is especially needed when we ourselves are the cause of the pain and sadness in our lives. With reflection, we find how we contribute to our sadness and find an alternative way of living. 

Self-reflection therapy for inferiority complex is an ePsyClinic exclusive and one of the most popular therapies online. If you wish to avail this, 

then Just Click the Pink chat button on left and Type "Self-reflection" to instantly connect with a psychologist to know more about process and charges 

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