Are you feeling from inferiority complex?
June 1, 2008 5:01am CST
Here is greatest solution to overcome it. No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. So therefore, never have such feelings. Walk Tall, Think tall, work tall. You will overcome all obstacles in your life.
• United States
1 Jun 08
Correct, when I first started to work, I always feel that way and good thing I was able to handle it and change my feelings. I also learn to listen to a wonderful music to start my day, plan ahead and stick to it,encourage myself to be confident and recognize the positive things within me. It helps really!
3 Jun 08
I really grateful to you for endorsing the views expressed in this discussion topic. Not only because you have responded to this topic, but for cementing the feelings which is what required for our present day youth who are suffering due to crisis in confidence. Hats off to you. Regards.
3 Jun 08
Hi Sada, great to hear from you after long and I surely needed this after having gone through a lot recently. You are actually very right. Inferiority or superiority is but how we feel. It's just a state of mind which we choose for ourselves. I have always tried to highlight my positive sides instead of crying over my negatives. I have contemplated on my lovely mind instead of crying over my crooked nose. Thanks friend.
3 Jun 08
What a writing! I am so happy that you are responding to my topics after a long time. I had said in a comment to one your response that I was not able to come to mylot for nearly 3 months. Busy with my business. Now I am able to spare some time. As usual, you have made wonderful dissection of the above topic and I liked it very much. Thanks for the contribution.
8 Jul 10
No i dont have any such a complex.Probably i do have bit a superiority complex.I need to walk short talk short and think little less aggressively. haha.I dont look down on others but i have bit a aggressive attitude and people just end up feeling like i am bit a dominating nature.
• United States
26 Nov 09
That is easier said than done. This sentiment was probably thought up by someone who has never suffered from depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, or has never been picked on/ beat up by their peers, or fired for an unfair reason, or dumped for no reason at all, or told "I love you" then had the person say "I was just trying it on for size" or "I didn't mean it".
• United States
25 Dec 08
Sometimes I do, most times I do not. It is a part of our growing process to become the best we can. When I am in a situation that makes me feel inferior, I ask myself why I feel as I do and work to correct that thought process. It helps me grow and learn how to handle a new situation. After all, I will be the first one to admit that I don't know everything or know how to handle everything that goes on in this world. Inferiority complex is in us all, but it's purpose in my life is to show me how I can become a better person. It is all in how you handle it. Everyone has attributes that they excel in and in the ones that we don't, then we can learn how to better understand others. Good to be posting on your discussions again!! Thanks for this discussion.
17 Sep 08
without the consent,..i cant digest this one...feeling inferior complex is sumthing intangible and not to be seen but just felt by oneself all by oneself without anybody else evne getting a clue about it...but while the suggestions given by you are awesome...would take it into consideration and put it into practical life as well.
15 Jul 08
Whether you had siblings or parents who told you weren't good enough, or it is simply a complex you developed on your own, you should rid yourself of any feelings you have of inferiority. It can lead to a sad life, and taking dangerous and stupid risks just to please others. Remember that everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses, and that yours are no different from any other person's. You don't have to point them out to others, but telling yourself that you aren't any better or worse is important. Begin a self-improvement regimen. If there are things that you can change, such as your weight, education or career, start working towards improving those areas of your life. Join a gym, start taking classes to work toward a degree and apply yourself at work to get a promotion. Get outside help to overcome an inferiority complex. Using hypnosis, a counselor or a life coach can be just the thing to help you get rid of your negative self image. Practice, and improve upon, your unique skills and talents. Take courses or find a mentor to help you. By strengthening your talents, you can build confidence in yourself and get rid of an inferiority complex.