Social Anxiety: 7 Easy Ways to Overcome Your Inferiority Complex TODAY

Social Anxiety: 7 Easy Ways to Overcome Your Inferiority Complex TODAY

by Stuart Killan


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Are you afraid to assert yourself in social situations?

Do you constantly compare your qualities or skills to others?

Do you often dwell on something someone said to you for days, or even for weeks?

If so, you may be suffering from an inferiority complex.

Although, chances are, if you're reading this, you probably already know that.

So what to do about it?

This short, simple book, written in plain English outlines the steps you can take to start living a better

This is just a small fraction of what you'll learn inside:

  • The first step you should always take to establish what parts of your life are working
  • The ancient Chinese proverb which tricks your brain into always thinking of your accomplishments
  • When you should and shouldn't look at up to someone as a role model
  • Do you judge people for driving expensive cars, or wearing fancy clothes? What that really means
  • The story of Joe, and the psychological hack you can learn from it

So if you want to let go of your inferiority and be the best version of yourself...

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781913470142
Publisher: Scott M Ecommerce Ltd.
Publication date: 11/10/2019
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.08(d)

Table of Contents


Chapter One: The Inferiority Complex

Difference between Feeling Inferior and the Inferiority Complex

Types of Inferiority

Chapter Two: Signs of an Inferiority Complex

Being Sensitive

Constantly Comparing Your Qualities

Submissive Behavior


Inaction and Procrastination

Triggers of Guilt, Shame or Jealousy through Social Media

You Judge Others

Try to Hide Flaws without Success

Chapter Three: How to Stop Being Inferior

Check Your Life Circle

Always Replace the Negativity

Your Complex can be Your Desire to be Like Someone Else

Stop Believing that a Flaw is the Root Cause to Your Problems

Identify What Makes You Feel Good about Yourself

Ask Someone You Know to List Your Best Qualities

Focus on Your Successes


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