If you are trying to cope with a low dopamine problem, your cortex will most likely reflect the feeling of discouragement, defeat and inability. Here are some mantras that are often found in people who get dopamine hunger:
• Something must change.
• I’m not good enough.
• I never really succeed in achieving success.
• I’m constantly disappointing people.
• My life does not go as planned.
• I can not finish anything.
• Nobody really understands me.
• Is that all there is to it?
• I have difficulty getting started.
• I can not do anything properly.
• There is something that does not go well with me.
• I can not sort it out myself.
• I feel desperate.
• I wish I was somewhere else.
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I know that it is not nice to look at such negative cues, but like a surgeon who is prepared to cut out a harmful fragment, we must first definitively define it so that we can solve a problem. Each and every unit tells a story about who we are and about the world we live in; this story takes shape in our mentality. Mantless tells us what we can expect from ourselves and the world. If we change our behaviors and get new results, we can go a lot more ways to change the way we work. But to change our mantra we need to first identify it.
What is your mantra? Do any of the above summarize your feelings about yourself and the world? Then you found the trap mantle. Make a note of it and go to the next division to find out how your cortex affects your weight.
If none of these proposals define you correctly, it is time to write your own personal trapped memory. Write a sentence or sentence that contains your basic beliefs about yourself and the world by taking a few minutes to this job. Which words are you constantly hearing that make you feel discouraged, motivated and inadequate? Please note where you can reach them easily and proceed to the next division.
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