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When you have an inner voice that finds fault with something you do or makes negative comments, that’s known as your inner critic.

This inner voice can be harsh at times, causing you to doubt your abilities or feel bad about yourself.

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If you have a negative inner voice, you’re not alone

We can help you challenge & change this destructive language pattern.

Listening to this voice or critic in your head can lower your self-confidence and self-esteem, which makes it harder to set goals, work towards them, and handle day-to-day challenges.

At 1428 Transformations, men can find the help they need to overcome their inner critic and improve their well-being. Learn more about your inner critic below, or book a free introductory session so you can better understand how your inner critic affects your life and ask any questions you might have during a 30-minute phone call or virtual meeting.

The introductory call is free and will give you a chance to:

  • Learn more about working with an inner critic coach
  • Find out how we can help you specifically
  • See how our inner critic coaching services fit your needs

If you’re reading this, you’re ready to tame your inner critic. We can help.

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Identifying Your Inner Critic

Think about a recent time when you were trying to accomplish something or when you made a mistake. If an inner voice immediately started criticizing you or putting you down, that was your inner critic. This critical voice might chime in from time to time, depending on what you’re doing, or you might have a steady stream of inner criticism flooding your brain regularly. This barrage of criticism can cause a tremendous amount of stress and interfere with your daily life.

Where did that harsh inner voice come from? Inner critics typically develop during childhood experiences. For example, your own inner critic might have started forming if you were criticized or judged while playing sports, doing schoolwork, or doing other kinds of activities. Did someone in your life frequently point out your mistakes and judge you for them, or were you criticized for the kind of qualities you have, such as being called too loud, too quiet, too hyper, or too shy? All of these comments can become part of that critical inner voice and over time taint your newer experiences with negativity.

As you get older, hearing that critic and all of its negative comments can become second nature to you. However, you don’t have to keep listening to it and letting it affect your life and well-being. Now that you know how to identify your inner critic, you can take the next step and get help taming your inner critic with simple and easy-to-use language and communication strategies.

Why Should You Seek Help To
Deal With Your Inner Critic?

Even though you might be used to your inner critic, it’s possible to learn to overcome it and approach your life with greater ease and positivity.

Doing so comes with a number of benefits for your health and well-being, such as:

  • Improved self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Internal motivation to pursue your goals
  • Ability to believe in yourself and your potential
  • A more positive outlook on life

Your inner voice might seem as though it’s helping in a way, such as saving you from embarrassment or motivating you. In reality, it’s holding you back. It can be exhausting to live and motivate yourself from a place of negativity. Being able to overcome that voice can help strengthen and improve your day-to-day life and your belief in yourself. You might even find that your personal relationships improve when you learn to deal with your inner critic.

On the other hand, continuing to listen to your inner voice can have unhealthy effects, such as:

  • Improved self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Internal motivation to pursue your goals
  • Ability to believe in yourself and your potential
  • A more positive outlook on life

That harsh inner voice can make you doubt yourself and convince you that you don’t have what it takes to succeed or pursue your dreams. The more you listen to it, the more likely you’ll believe what it’s telling you, which can cause you to become depressed, anxious, or stressed.

Learning to change your inner critic and give it less and less power over you will improve your life.

Overcoming Your Inner Critic

Overcoming that inner critic can bring you some much-needed inner peace. While it might not go away entirely, you can get that inner critic to work to your advantage. Several strategies can help you deal with your inner critic effectively, but it all starts with identifying that voice. When you do that, you become aware of how that critic in your head has affected your life and how important it is to learn to change it.

After identifying that inner critic, you can work on changing the stories it tells you. Instead of focusing on the negative words coming from your inner critic, you can turn them into words that support and uplift you. Over time, changing your critic’s stories can become an effective way to see yourself in a different and more positive light. This involves altering the way you react to that inner critic which can be difficult to do at first. That’s where a coach comes in. They can help support you so you can identify and change the critical voice you’ve become familiar with.

Being able to successfully overcome your inner critic takes time and effort, but you don’t have to handle this journey on your own. Having a knowledgeable and compassionate expert can help you get through this process and come out feeling stronger and more confident.

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If you’re ready to change, connect with us. At 1428 Transformations, we offer a variety of language & communication strategies to help men overcome their inner critic. You’re ready to change. We can help. We look forward to hearing from you!