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How to Stop Being Controlling- Overcoming Perfectionism, OCD and Losing Control Control can often be a good thing, especially when it protects your beliefs and sense of self. Oftentimes, though, taking control of your life in a manner wherein you’re hurting yourself and affecting other people can make you feel exhausted. Also, being controlling can make your loved ones How to Stop Being Controlling- Overcoming Perfectionism, OCD and Losing Control Control can often be a good thing, especially when it protects your beliefs and sense of self. Oftentimes, though, taking control of your life in a manner wherein you’re hurting yourself and affecting other people can make you feel exhausted. Also, being controlling can make your loved ones feel as though you’re leading their lives for them, and not giving them the freedom to choose their own decisions. People need to have a sense of control in their daily lives. It’s this power to control their lives that gives people a sense of balance and harmony, but when they feel like something becomes out of their control, people experience anxiety. Here is a list of some common reasons for the need to control others: Past Emotional or Physical Abuse Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Insecurity and Low Self-Esteem Selfishness and Selfish People Narcissistic Personality Disorder Codependency Depression Trust Issues and Jealousy Perfectionists and Perfectionism Demands of Being a Manager, Ceo or President of a Large Company Anger Management Issues Being an Overprotective Parent Controlling people may have underlying issue such as past neglect or abuse, or a psychological problem such as Narcissistic personality disorder, Selfishness, or an indication of a low self-esteem. They may also have trust issues, trust and control are often believed to complement each other. What people fail to understand is that the more you trust someone, the lesser you feel the need to control them. The moment you see the good in other people, you’ll also learn to find reasons on why you can trust them and let them decide and do things without your help. Stop Being Controlling: Will Teach You How To Rebuild Your Confidence & Self-Esteem People who try to control others may be expressing underlying issues, such as; past neglect or abuse, or a psychological problem such as Narcissistic personality disorder, or an indication of jealousy, low confidence, and self-esteem. This Book Will Teach You How To: Stop micromanaging See the Good in Other People Learn To Trust Again Be a Good Listener Accept Others Flaws Deal With Trust Issues and Jealousy Seek Help From Family, Support Groups, or a Therapist Fix Your Relationship Manage Your Stress Rebuild Your Relationships Deal With Stress and Anxiety Get this book now while it is still being offered at this introductory price! Tags: stop being controlling, repair your relationships, relieve stress, rebuild confidence self-esteem, selfish, anxiety, trust issues, perfectionism, ocd, codependency, emotional abuse, selfish people, jealousy, perfectionists


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How to Stop Being Controlling- Overcoming Perfectionism, OCD and Losing Control Control can often be a good thing, especially when it protects your beliefs and sense of self. Oftentimes, though, taking control of your life in a manner wherein you’re hurting yourself and affecting other people can make you feel exhausted. Also, being controlling can make your loved ones How to Stop Being Controlling- Overcoming Perfectionism, OCD and Losing Control Control can often be a good thing, especially when it protects your beliefs and sense of self. Oftentimes, though, taking control of your life in a manner wherein you’re hurting yourself and affecting other people can make you feel exhausted. Also, being controlling can make your loved ones feel as though you’re leading their lives for them, and not giving them the freedom to choose their own decisions. People need to have a sense of control in their daily lives. It’s this power to control their lives that gives people a sense of balance and harmony, but when they feel like something becomes out of their control, people experience anxiety. Here is a list of some common reasons for the need to control others: Past Emotional or Physical Abuse Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Insecurity and Low Self-Esteem Selfishness and Selfish People Narcissistic Personality Disorder Codependency Depression Trust Issues and Jealousy Perfectionists and Perfectionism Demands of Being a Manager, Ceo or President of a Large Company Anger Management Issues Being an Overprotective Parent Controlling people may have underlying issue such as past neglect or abuse, or a psychological problem such as Narcissistic personality disorder, Selfishness, or an indication of a low self-esteem. They may also have trust issues, trust and control are often believed to complement each other. What people fail to understand is that the more you trust someone, the lesser you feel the need to control them. The moment you see the good in other people, you’ll also learn to find reasons on why you can trust them and let them decide and do things without your help. Stop Being Controlling: Will Teach You How To Rebuild Your Confidence & Self-Esteem People who try to control others may be expressing underlying issues, such as; past neglect or abuse, or a psychological problem such as Narcissistic personality disorder, or an indication of jealousy, low confidence, and self-esteem. This Book Will Teach You How To: Stop micromanaging See the Good in Other People Learn To Trust Again Be a Good Listener Accept Others Flaws Deal With Trust Issues and Jealousy Seek Help From Family, Support Groups, or a Therapist Fix Your Relationship Manage Your Stress Rebuild Your Relationships Deal With Stress and Anxiety Get this book now while it is still being offered at this introductory price! Tags: stop being controlling, repair your relationships, relieve stress, rebuild confidence self-esteem, selfish, anxiety, trust issues, perfectionism, ocd, codependency, emotional abuse, selfish people, jealousy, perfectionists

30 review for Stop Being Controlling: How to Overcome Control Issues, Repair Your Relationships, Relieve Stress, Rebuild Your Confidence and Self-Esteem (Codependent ... Fix Your Marriage, Narcissist & Narcissism)

  1. 4 out of 5

    richie lefebvre

    Relateable Of you have any type of controlling behaviors this is a good quick read to understand how the behavior affects you and your loved ones.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Gibbons

    Short and to the point Easy read that establishes behaviors or thoughts you have or have had as a controlling person and what to do about them.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michele Deems

    Very informative Wish it would it talked about drugs and/or alcohol as an Co dependent issue How partners can identify and help

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sidney Laud

    Straight to the point This is a simple and straight to the point kind of book. It is not very deep on psychology but leans on practical analysis and advise to give steps to reducing your urge to control.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marangelie Caceres

    Nice starter Very to the point and precise. Simplistic in the best of ways. First time I read that this issue is not a disease so it was certainly a breath of fresh air.

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