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How to tell if you’re neurotic

Maybe there are people who never worry, are always in a good mood, feel secure, and never flinch when facing life’s challenges. You might be tempted to think such a person surely isn’t neurotic. And this may be true, although I’ve never met such a person. I think it only fair to suggest that being neurotic isn’t a black-or-white description—it’s a relative statement. The real question is, to what extent are you neurotic?

In this Self-Coaching episode, you’ll learn that a life of neurotic struggle is based on two factors: 1.) a diminished or lack of self-trust, and 2.) a habit of insecurity-driven thinking.

Get ready to take my quiz to help you determine to what extent neurotic (insecurity-driven) thinking may be eroding your capacity for happiness and well-being.

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