My Epic Fail at This and the Book I Rediscovered
Interesting to see this from a tennis/sports perspective. It's not a perspective that I'd resonate with at all so I'd never pick up the book myself. And yet it touches on so many fundamental aspects of psychology that it all actually does resonate for me. It's a fresh take on Freudian theories, CBT practices, and parts work. Intriguing.
Reading this has gotten so many thoughts and questions going that I am unable to comment.
I tend to have a similar internal dialogue with myself. Especially just starting out, not knowing where to go, how to start a writing career, I tend to doubt myself and my ability. However, I'm going to give it my all and hopefully, somewhere along the way, I'll stumble into a proper avenue forth.
This is an interesting article with an interesting take on the psychology of internal self-dialogue paired with self-assessment. Self-help books help more than their intended audience, it helps other writers know what division of psychology is being used for what. It makes it almost an adventure to see how, why, and what the author mixes in order to provide their readers with a proper schemata for proper forward momentum in this crazy world.