Just some thoughts this morning as I've had some old symptoms resurface and I'm trying to get back to the basics. I can say that ever since I hit puberty I have beat myself up about all the things that are wrong with me and constantly compared myself with others. That has been a big contributor to my TMS. However, in my recent years I have made strides towards improving myself in the areas that I thought needed improvement, but in the process I have also gotten a "Never good enough attitude". For example I have always been self conscious about being naturally introverted and shy, so I started forcing myself into awkward social environments and practicing things to build my confidence especially around attractive women. And I have most defintely made great improvements. However I still beat myself up, and think that I need to get better constantly. I think this a good driving force for improvement, but with it comes the feeling of never being good enough which I know is enraging to the subconscious. Can anybody relate to this or am I thinking too deeply about this? Lol I'm just trying to find balance in being content with who I am, yet still knowing my weaknesses and improving them every day.