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Complexes Which Deplete Your Happiness: Tips for Dealing with Them

Complexes Which Deplete Your Happiness: How to Overcome Them?

It is not a secret that the major part of people suffers from the variety of complexes which make their life awful and sad. Sure, no one wants to feel nervous while communicating with others or be too shy to ask a stranger about the time or your location. Almost all young people, especially teenagers dream about becoming confident and easy-going. They wish to get rid of their complex of inferiority and estimate their own talents and skills correctly. However, not everyone can cope with it on his own. A big part of young people demands specific help of a professional psychologist. On the other hand, some of them have to live with these complexes for the whole life and feel this pressure almost every moment. Thus, it is essential to understand when you have them and how to overcome this issue quickly without urging yourself for doing anything. There are lots of pleasant and efficient ways of coping with complexes. Nevertheless, you have to know that the faster you start treating them, the better results you will get.

Reasons Why They Appear

There is no wonder why the majority is interested why complexes appear as almost everyone suffers from them. Being acknowledged of the things which cause these unpleasant issues lets you protect yourself. It is much better to prevent problems than solve them later. When does an inferiority complex appear? It was proved that in the most cases people gain it in childhood. That is the period when complexes may be prevented. Thus, it is essential not only to memorize situations when they may appear but also try to fight them off in the very beginning.

Parents’ Attitude

Sometimes the main reason for inferiority complex is wrong parents’ attitude to their kids. They set too high expectations and requirements for young people who usually cannot deal with all instructions or have different life goals. As a result, adults try to urge children to realize their dreams and wishes without taking into account their own opinion. On the other hand, parents may simply not educate their children correctly and never teach them how to cope with criticism or anger. Thus, young people feel unprotected outside their home and are very sensitive to all remarks even if they do not matter anything.

Constant Criticizing

It is true that all of us have to encounter criticizing every day. The majority does not know how to deal with it and get only benefits from others’ remarks. Sometimes critics are really too strict and have no mercy on a young person. Hence, he or she starts feeling unconfident and undervalue their own abilities and talents. Unfortunately, it often happens with talented teenagers who refuse from creative activities after the first failures.

Relationships with Fellows

In some cases, the reasons for inferiority complex are bad relationships with fellows which are based on disrespectful and rude attitude. As a result, a teenager suffers from violent jokes and pranks which are often related to their appearance, skills or talents. Even if some of them seem are fun and enjoyable, these are also the cause of becoming a shy, unconfident and enclosed person. It happens with the majority of students during school years. However, only small part of them can cope with these jokes and make fun of them as well.

How to Deal with the Typical Complexes?

Sure, being aware of the typical complexes and ways of their appearing is important for prevention of such situations and protecting yourself from them. However, it does not work if a young person has already gained some of them. Thus, several effective methods are necessary for overcoming these issues quickly.

Find the Cause

The first and most important thing is indicating the main causes of your complex. Without this, you will not be able to fight it off. Usually, it is related to your childhood moral traumas and unpleasant events. Maybe, your classmate laughed at you all the time, and you were afraid of going to school at all. Sure, it is very upsetting to be criticized by rude fellows. Thus, you have to be attentive to every single event in your past.

Do Not Look at Others

Sometimes the reason why a young person cannot overcome an inferiority complex is that he or she pays too much attention to other people and their opinion. Hence, this teenager does not estimate his own skills and achievements correctly. There is no wonder that he became rather jealous than self-confident and successful. Sure, first of all, you have to learn how to estimate both your appearance and abilities. This is the key to getting rid of inferiority complex and living a full life.

Indicate Your Positive Qualities

It is very important to indicate your positive features, unique talents and skills which others do not have. It will help you to understand that you can also create something wonderful, reach success in a certain field and live a full life. Moreover, it will show you that there is no one who is superior to you and you will get rid of undervaluing yourself. It is a pretty good idea to put these positive features and talents on a paper and look at them every time you have doubts about your skills and achievements.

Do Not Compare Yourself to Somebody

It is very important to avoid comparing yourself to someone else, even if all people around you appreciate him. Sure, this person may be better than you in a certain field thanks to his skills and talents. However, you are superior in something as well. Keep in mind the previous point as you have to appreciate yourself first of all. Only after this, you will be praised by others. Hence, you have to learn how to get rid of jealousy and love yourself. You cannot be perfect in all spheres and there is nothing to do with it.

Appreciate This World

Keep in mind that the key to success and being free from complexes is developing a positive attitude to the world. You should stop talking negative things and make your mind clear from irritating and depressing thoughts. Try to understand that nothing is perfect and it is better to estimate every moment instead of being worried because of small things. Human makes mistakes and encounters failures. The main point is that you have to be able to comprehend their real reasons and not blame yourself and undervalue your abilities.

Communicate with Positive People

It is not a big secret that people around us influence our mood and can make us happy or very upset. Very often they become the reason for our complexes. Thus, it is essential to cut down communicating with angry or rude fellows who laugh at you and cause stress and depression. It is much better to talk to calm and positive people who can support you and help you to understand your own achievements and their value. Do not be afraid to change your friends if you see that they are false and simply try to deplete your good mood.

Meet Your Fears

Sure, the best way to get rid of a certain complex is encountering your fears face to face. For example, in case you are afraid of performing on the scene, you should fight off this and try your talents in from of the big audience. It is a good chance to show your dancing, singing or other skills. The main point is overcoming disturbance and urging yourself to come on the scene. Who knows, maybe, it will change your whole life for better. Many famous people were shy before trying to perform for the public.

Do Not Set High Expectations

Life often surprises us and we get something which we have not expected. It may be pleasant things or not. However, you should keep in mind that setting too high expectations usually leads to disappointment and failures in life. You cannot predict everything and a small detail may ruin all your plans. Thus, it is better to hope for the best and expect the worst. In such a case, you will be ready to challenges. It is a common thing when people suffer from complexes because they have not reached some goals. As a rule, it happens as they have expected to get too much for a short period of time.

Which Are Consequences of the Inferiority Complex?

Sure, lots of things were mentioned about this issue. However, many people do not realize that they have such a problem and have already met its consequences in their life. It is significant to know this information. The faster you recognize these signs, the more effective strategy of fighting them off you can develop.

Bad Marks at School

It is true that complexes make you afraid of public performances. As a result, it is hard not only to come on the scene but simple to make a report in the class. You feel confused and disturbed during this process and cannot present your research perfectly even if you have made it of the best quality. Sure, it becomes the reason for bad grades. In addition, students with the inferiority complex rarely take part in discussions or answer teacher’s questions even if they know a correct variant.

It Is Hard to Build Relationships

For young people with complexes, it may be truly difficult to build any close relationships with others. They are usually too shy to deal with this and prefer to communicate only with several fellows. As a result, socializing becomes a complicated process for the majority of them. However, it is very important to be able to set a contact with people in case you want to get a good job, promotion or simply be appreciated by others.

All in all, thousands of young people are suffering from the inferiority complex nowadays. Sure, it is not an easy task to get rid of. However, it is possible thanks to several easy but beneficial tips. The main point is that you should not think that it is normal. Complexes cause lots of unpleasant consequences in the young people’s life, they become shy and enclosed. The majority cannot live a full life because of this. Hence, it is better to prevent these things and stay a happy and successful person.

Author Bio

Herbert is a creative writer at GreatPaper. He values the importance of family towards his craft, and travels to give his writing a fresher perspective. He is fond of hiking, biking, and engaging in extreme sports.


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  • deadlyknightshade

    July 25, 2018 at 9:38 am

    I think this thread is helpful for me. I’m actually an passive person. I am not really a sociable person specially when speaking to someone in front of me but in terms of communicating to others indirectly or let’s say social media platforms, I must say that I’m used to it.

    • hi, social media helps us to connect and communicate from one person to another. But it would be better if we both know how to communicate not only in the social media but also in the real world. I am not saying that its not bad, am glad that you found social media as your new way of socializing because of that am sure it helps you boosting your confidence.

  • augustus caesar guarin

    July 25, 2018 at 2:46 pm

    I was struck by knowing your positive qualities like your talents, skills and the like. Yes, it’s right that when you just use your own talents to the fullest and mostly in a positive way then the negativities are blown away and we become more productive. Sulking or overdwelling in past misfortunes usually keep us frozen in time and we are not able to move on. But activating a talent like playing the guitar can make us active in a more meaningful way.

  • I feel so grateful reading this article, I have learn ideas and realize things. We must value what we have and who we are rather than thinking of negative things. I am able to cope up because this shows me that there are so many things that I should be thankful. We need to strive hard and love ourselves so we can showcase ourselves to others as well

  • Maria Christine Due

    July 26, 2018 at 8:40 am

    This is helpful because it addressed the fact that we need to deal with our complexes particularly inferiority complex and overcome them lest they will steal your joy. It’s not simply something that you just need to get used to or accept. We need to come out of our shell to get the most of our lives. This is common with adolescent age however not everyone will outgrow it instead ends up living a less fulfilling life because of their perspective.

    It also placed importance on the role of the parents. It has huge impact definitely because people’s reactions or perspective are beyond our control. Hence, security which starts at home can protect us from devastating experiences and help us cope. But if this is the place where someone feels inferior or even ridicule then, this can really weigh a person down.

  • Maria Christine Due

    July 26, 2018 at 4:51 pm

    We really have to come out of our shells to make the most out of life. Inferiority complex is something that we need to overcome and not simply get used to or accept lest it will steal our joy. The importance of the role of the parents also comes to play. If the person experienced ridicule or inferiority at home, then he’s got a weight on his shoulders to cope with the outside world.

  • This was really helpful.
    I remember that years ago I was so shy I could better be hungry than go to grocery and ask the shopman for food. I had communication problems with people around me. I think that this happened to me because I saw how people treats other people behind their back and I never wanted to upset someone. I was careful in this way but I forgot to take care of myself, you know?
    I still see teens that are getting through something similar. My advice would be to focus on themselves and not on others because in the end their person is all they’ve got.

    • Yes indeed, we ought to focus on ourselves rather than on others. In the same way, fixating our mind on our strengths rather than our weaknesses and frailties will help encourage us to be a better version of who we are. At times we all have a tendency to look down on ourselves based on the expectations of other people and it’s not right to torture our minds with other people’s opinion.

  • This is so helpful and inspiring. Because today there are lot of things that make us unhappy. By just simply looking on someone post on social media makes us unhappy. Comparing ourselves to other make us feel down and hopeless. This thread enlighten my thinking. Thanks to this.

    • I agree with you, nowadays things are being so complicated. Social media is prone to change our mood from being happy to be sad. There has so many bashers and haters there that would change our mood easily.

  • This post helped me sir, thank you! Although I’ve heard most of it already, the part about ‘not comparing oneself to anybody’ still struck me. It appears to be very simple at first, but the longer we think about it, it’s kind of hard to deal with. I think this is because of how we nurtured in this kind of environment, especially in school, where there’s always a ranking based on our test results and we end up growing an unconscious envy to those who are consistently at the top scoreboard. I think this setting is one of the factor why most people find it hard to stop comparing themselves to other people.

  • this thread actually helps me understand who i really am I did not realize there is a lot poeple like me who doesn’t really care of there surroudings kinda like i have my own world. I am usually scared of communicating to others. now this thread gives me a heads up

  • Very serious article. I learned something new and I won’t say tips are going to be useless for me – I’ve days, when I get really sad, empty and it feels like I can’t escape it.

    I believe that positive people I be with helps a lot to cope with negative emotions. When you are with bad, toxic “friends” you are likely to do things that they will do, which makes us more like them. However, when we are spending time with good companions we won’t do things that we would do with bad people. As a result, we avoid bigger problems and regrets. There is even saying “Show me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are?”

  • Thank you so much that you posted something like this. I’m one of those people who is dealing with complexes and gladly I’m coping with it. I remember the times that I was having a hard time to socialize with others. With this blog, you can help a lot of people, especially teenagers to face their complexes. I hope more people could read this.

  • It is a sad sign of the times that more and more young people are being bullied, body shamed and thus going on to suffer depression.
    Depression in young people is on the rise and is an issue that we all need to acknowledge and help them deal with.

  • When I was growing up the topic of mental well being was a thorny one at best, it was always abundantly clear that one should never admit to a problem, that you had best pull up your socks and get on with things. The horror that many kids faced of being isolated at boarding schools by their peers while fending off the unwanted advances of priests was shocking to say the least. I guess a lot of people wonder why so few came forward at the time, the fact is, it was because admitting to any weakness was seen as the end of days. I struggled for many years to cope with deep seated insecurities and I really appreciate that you’ve taken the time to write so lucidly on the topic, I hope that no-one suffers as long as I had to. I’d like to offer up one system I began using which really helped me to gain some focus in my life and beat back the black dogs of depression and anxiety. I created spreadsheets splitting my days into 30 minute segments and giving myself specific tasks to do during each of those segments. This certainly helped make me hyper efficient at work, but it did something more significant, it gave me a sense that I was really in control of my life, a feeling I had lost many years before (if I ever had it all). It is a wonderful way to start having a sense of achievement and purpose. these days I have taken the process even further, I categorise my activities (so at work I might have ‘new customer calls’ and ‘increasing spend from big accounts’) the result is I can identify my strengths and weaknesses based on my own statistical analysis. That enables me to go to my bosses and ask for help on specific topics before they have told me about a failure. Their view of me is, and they have been really open about this, that I am a guy in charge of his existence and that its pretty impressive. they’ve asked me to show others the system. So I took control, earned a sense of achievement daily and got appreciated, all from starting to use a spreadsheet to plan my days. I am not suggesting this is a cure for all the mental well being issues we face, but it is a simple system which has helped me and I hope might help others,

  • this thread helps me to understand the real essence of human being. As a person we should look the positive outlook of life. We need to overcome whatever the inferiority we might feel within ourselves. This article helps us to how remind us that no matter what happen we are the only person who is responsible to what we see, what we hear and what we feel,no one else.

  • This is quite an interesting field of topic and I agree with the sentiments of the author. There are numerous reasons why inferiority complex is given birth in the life of an individual. Based on my own experience, I have families and friends who are known to be shy, reserved and would rather isolate themselves than socialize. However, they are content and happy with their own way of living.

    It is indeed true that we must study the possible causes and rule out any possibility of a negative psychological behavior that’s developing into a far more worse dilemma. If this is the case, we must not push the person farther into his own shell but help him overcome his struggles and fears. This is a good read and I will definitely share this in my social media accounts so people could read and be educated.

  • I think this post needs to consider complex forms of trauma as a more rooted cause behind what is being referred to here as an inferiority complex. Positive thinking and willpower alone sometimes aren’t strong enough and need to be supplemented with holistic, deep and thorough forms of healing. I doubt it’s ever a one-size fits all for many if anyone.

    Nevertheless, please keep writing self-help posts like this. They’re needed.

  • Been through a lot lately and finding ways to get back to my old self. After reading this post, I got a lot of work to do to achieve or go back to the happier version of me. So much information here hit me right at my center. I am going to follow your advice. Thanks for sharing.

  • Everyone should take note of this. This is really helpful. People who lost happiness tend to lose the will to live and may cause some disaster. People think that this is not serious but this is really the top priority.

  • I was struck by knowing your positive qualities like your talents, skills and the like. Yes, it’s right that when you just use your own talents to the fullest and mostly in a positive way then the negativities are blown away and we become more productive. Sulking or overdwelling in past misfortunes usually keep us frozen in time and we are not able to move on. But activating a talent like playing the guitar can make us active in a more meaningful way.

  • I am often impressed with people who have a good heart and good principles in life. Who is well balance and the ability to cope up in times of difficulty. Who always have the confidence but not in arrogance. This were few of the good deeds that we owe to our parents. It is their love and responsibility that molded us to be a good person. We are lucky, that we are blessed to have a good family. I am thankful for. I never forget to show respect, love, care and understanding to others who in such way have inferiority complex. Believing that they can always change, overcome and be happy with their life. Thank you for your good thoughts and keep sharing your love. Salute

  • I agree with you when you talk about the role played by childhood, parents and constant criticism in the appearance of complexes. I not only agree, but I also can say that’s totally true. Complexes have been a constant in my life, I’ve been working on it (by reading this kind of information) and I am so much better now. Thank you for sharing this.

  • This is very enlightening for me. Like most of you, sometimes I really don’t know myself. Been so down and unproductive but the world has different ways of showing the good side of life. I always thought that I am alone even though there are so many people who are trying to reach out, the thing is I don’t usually see myself with other people. This thread might help. Thanks a lot!

  • I relate a lot to this article. Specially about the part about students with inferiority complex not answering a teacher’s question even if they know the answer. I’m the same in a way. “I don’t want to stand out” is what I thought about in situations like that. “It’s better if other people do it instead of me.” Maybe in a way that’s what causes my inferiority complex. I’m always comparing myself to other people. I want to change myself. I get stuck in this endless loop of not being able to accomplish anything even if I desire it with all my heart. I’ve been so used to just letting other people grab the opportunities in front of me that I don’t know how to grab them myself anymore.

  • Your happiness depend on your decision. It is given that there are hindrances in achieving it but, again it depends upon you on how you will conquer and balance everything. Think of your happiness that you think its also the happiness of others without stepping someone’s dignity.

  • I am so thankful that I read this thread. This really helped me understand what I’ve gone through before. I agree that we should avoid people that bring negative thoughts and be with someone who can boost our confidence and appreciate who we really are. This might be a long journey but I believe that great things await and we can overcome everything with the help of people that matter to us.

  • This post was so inspiring and catches my attention, I am happy I am reading this, upon reading this I realized so many things, like be contented of what we are and who we are, always look on positive side not on negative.

  • Such a great article.
    Really helped me to reflect on myself and my attitude. It all made a lot of sense and was helpful to have all areas covered. I have read other articles that cover either the ‘Why’ or ‘How to help now’ aspects but rarely do you get an article that covers all of it.
    The part about parents expectations really struck a cord with me. My parents were extremely judgmental and had very high expectations. I am sure that has caused a lot of my issues. I am now a parent myself and I know I need to work on not passing that down to my children.
    Articles like this will help more people to address there complexes and get more people talking about them.

  • This article is helpful especially to those who are experiencing the same thing mentioned above. As a teenager, I have experienced those complexes that seemed very hard to overcome. I felt isolated. I felt like no one really cared for me so It had been hard for me to interact with people and make friends. I felt unhappy. But as mentioned in this article, eventually, I get to understand the cause/s of everything that I was feeling. Factors like family, school, relationships, external environment are some of the few that add up to the complexes that teenagers are experiencing. This article will help many people like me to start overcoming these complexes and eventually feel happy and cared for.

  • It is a good thing that someone made this blog. It is really helpful for those people who find unhappiness as a friend. We should keep in mind that we’re not alone. That there is also another person who feels our emotions over throught something. It may not be similar but we should consider that there might be otger people who can help us to turn our negative perspective into a positive one.

  • “Sometimes the reason why a young person cannot overcome an inferiority complex is that he or she pays too much attention to other people and their opinion. ” This statement struck me the most. Our parents are people pleaser. They care so much about what others might think and feel about them. They embedded that mentality in their children especially me, being the eldest. Until now, I believe it is one of the burdens I carry. I love this article. Every single word is spot on.

  • This blog post is interesting and a good sort o advice. Thank you for posting this one. As I also sometimes feel this complexity in life. Yes, it is stressful and I am finding ways to deal with this kind of problem. Sometimes I do play video games, sometimes I go to places in which i could refresh my mind, talk with friends and others. Also by praying to the Almighty helps, spiritually.

    This blog also will be a good help for those person who are experiencing such problems on dealing with their social life and relationship to the opposite sex.

    Also, a big help for those who experience maltreatment and other forms of unjust and human rights violations whatsoever, that brought a certain individual to depression and anxiety and the like psychological problems.

  • Remarkable topic indeed! “Stop pushing yourself too hard! Give yourself a break!”, one of the popular lines we hear from our friends or people around us. And definitely I agreed with these people. Sometimes we felt worthless, but stop worrying about others may think of you. Love yourself, do what makes you happy, feel good about yourself and find true and positive friends. This article is surely a great help to everyone.

  • calliopedoesnotexist

    August 13, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    This is a very insightful article for anyone out there dealing with complexes, especially teenagers since that’s usually the age when all those problems firstly appear. In fact, most of us have them one way or another and they can be mildly or strongly expressed.
    I myself had to deal with those tendencies of my character, and while they weren’t that intense so as to completely alienate me from my social surroundings, they were surely making my life harder in the tiniest of details. Later on I figured the source of them was lying deeper psychologically, so I’d for sure advise anyone out there to seek professional help if they consider getting rid of them the fastest possible. Of course, that’s a decision to be taken from each individual.
    Many of my friends, mainly in high school, had them too, and it was sad to see those complexes destroying the possibility of establishing long-term friendships.

  • I certainly relate to this, my teenage years had been hard for me. I grow up in the province part of our country and when I was becoming a teenager we moved to the city. Its been hard, there is this feeling of inferiority with my classmates. I always been shy in speaking in public. I’m not really confident on the way that I speak but through the help of my support group in church I learned to overcome it. My church become my shelter when I feel this bad things. I’m really glad that I found this refuge and I met our lord Jesus Christ.

  • This is very powerful message for everyone specially to those so connected to social media. The advices are all useful and helpful. by not comparing yourself to other are really true. Lets be ourselves not to be somebody. Lets start to move away from toxic people, and be positive everyday. Lets help each other to excel, to grow, not to pull each other down. And we can do this starting today-let’s be positive to our lives.

  • This is such a very deep content. It saddens me that many are suffering from depression and anxiety. And what is more painful is sometimes, it starts at home. Our home is supposed to be our safe place. A place where we can be ourselves. But it is a reality that there are homes that the one causing complexes, depression, anxiety and many others. During my teenage years, I was able to experience some things mentioned in this article.
    Like for example, constant criticizing coming from relatives and negative remarks from my parents. Although my parents never intended to make it sound in a negative way.
    I am so thankful that I was not able to develop complexes. Maybe because of a positive attitude in life.

  • As an introvert person, I had to say my inferiority comes from the very environment where I grew up. My parents is very focus in their own job that they almost forgot me. I became an outcast but I cant seek my parents to help me. Until now I don’t really open up to people because I might get ignored later on and it really hurts.

  • It’s interesting to note from your article that a lot of these negative complexes may have initially developed beyond our control, such as during our childhood as a result of exposure to the critical attitudes of some relatives and peers. That being said, it is important to emphasize that our happiness is still our own decision to make. We first have to choose be happy. Then we have to identify the people, things and experiences that make us truly happy, and consciously invest our time and effort in them. Likewise, we must identify the elements in our lives that drain our happiness, and strive to stay away from them or eliminate them as much as we can. If that’s not entirely possible, then we can endeavor to change our attitude towards them.
    Personally, I grew up with a very critical mother. When I was a child, I remember thinking that I couldn’t wait to grow older so that I could criticize her back! But now that I’m all grown up, I realized that doing so only just adds to my resentment and unhappiness. In the end, I chose to be more understanding and respectful of my mother, and that made for a more peaceful relationship at present. Just as happiness is a choice, we must also choose to love in order to be happy.

  • I had a battle with inferiority complex back in my schooldays in the 90’s. If only I had read this kind of blog back then. I would have deal with it properly. Because of my inferiority complex I only managed to find a few very good friends and a bad relationships with my ex’s. I only managed to get out of this situation was back in college where I develop my confidence in speaking and academics. Its really true that surrounding yourself with positive people would really help you improve outlook in life. Thats what I did in college wherein I manage to meet some good friends that helps me deal with these kind of problems. I also need to mention how prayer is really needed for those people who are depressed because of these complexes. Young people should really establish their relationship with God early in their life for them to be able to enjoy life at its fullest.

  • The more I’ve read about the topic of depression and feelings of alienation and contemporary society, the more I’ve come to think that the decline of church has played a roll in such issues. Not the capital C Church as in the religious institute that has dominate the lives of so many people for so long, but the small ‘c for community’ church that I, and many I know grew up with. Church was a gathering place for the community, where once a week everyone came out of their homes and interacted with their neighbours.

    Church tied my childhood together. It was where I met friends and relatives, it was where I went to partake in crafts and extracurricular assignments. Once a month there was a shared meal, where everyone brought something cooked from home and the whole community dug in. It was a social hub that, as it has faded away, hasn’t been replaced.

    I don’t think our society needs to become more religious, as some moral crusaders suggest. However I think we need to replace the church as a community function, and have some place where people from all walks of life congregate for a common purpose on a regular basis and intermingle. It takes a lot of effort and difficulty to get out of your bubble and socialize in this day and age, and I think we would all benefit from a physical hub where we could reliably go for a number of community functions to meet people and be part of a greater community.

  • This is really helpful, I must say. This helps me realize that I should treat my younger sister, who is now approaching to teenage years, properly. We actually have a huge age gap and I find myself reckless sometimes of the things that I say. Little did I know that it will affect her and might cause her to unknowingly build a complex. I have been through that stage of having inferiority complex and anxiety because of past experiences. So, I sure do not want my sister to be like me.

  • I agree with your post and the information given is indeed very useful. I remember my school days when I too was having this feeling of inferiority complex all through my school days. Firstly I used to have I was very weak and I used to wear spectacles for my vision correction and it looks to give me a gawky and a nerdy kind of look. So I used to be teased a lot about my looks and that gave me this feeling of feeling inferior to others. Eventually with my family supporting me and also my resolve to fight this complex I was able to come out of it and was able to pursue my goals in life.

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