The toughest thing is facing yourself. Being honest with yourself, that's much tougher than beating someone up. That's what I call tough.— Joe Strummer
Memorable Beating Yourself Up quotations
You don't need to beat yourself up in order to make God love you. Jesus already took your beating.
I think you always need to try your best, but at the same time you can only do what you can do. Don't beat yourself up about it.
There comes a time when you have to stand up and be counted.
I want you to have big dreams, big goals.
I want you to strive to achieve them. But I don't want to see you beating yourself up every time you make a mistake.
Treat your past as a book that you learn from instead of a hammer that you beat yourself up about.
One step at a time is enough for me. Impatience is simply a way of beating yourself up.
When you start to beat yourself up, remind yourself of how worthy you are of love.
The best lessons are usually learned from failure.
You musn't beat yourself up if you fail - just pick yourself up, learn as much as you can from the experience and get on with the next challenge...The brave may not live forever, but the cautious never live at all.
If you constantly beat yourself up with negative thoughts, you will either beat up on the people around you- verbally, emotionally, or physically- or you will beat up on yourself by destroying some area of your own life.
You can't spend your life beating yourself up for something that happened yesterday. You die if you don't follow your desire.
Remember that setbacks are only challenges in disguise.
Look at them as lessons . . . don't waste time beating yourself up. Just get back on track and focus on what you want. It's up to you , and you will do it!
Have the courage to be exactly who you are without apology.
Admit your mistakes without beating yourself up. Release all shame! Release all guilt! You cannot live if you are hiding behind what was. Focus on what is, right now, and that is you!
There's absolutely no point in beating yourself up. Focus on going forward.
Part of my success with urban bachata is reinventing yourself as an artist and continuing to give people different kind of fusions, mixing up the elements and concepts without changing the beat.
The game has its ups and downs, but you can never lose focus of your individual goals and you can't let yourself be beat because of lack of effort.
A lot of amateurs are terrified of going up against a player who is clearly better than they are. They never play their best, because they aren't comfortable. There's one surefire way to get over that, and it's to ask yourself, 'What if I beat him?' Imagine the possibility.
You have to hide what you are and it's really stressful and very bad for your self esteem. Because it's not obvious to people that you are ill, they treat you as if you're a pain in the ass, then you beat yourself up and you are already beating yourself up as a part of mental illness.
You have to beat out for yourself many mornings on the windy headlands the sense of the fact that you get the same rainbow in the cloud drift over Waban and the spray of your garden hose. And not necessarily then do you live up to it.
If beating yourself up worked you'd be rich, thin, and happy. Try loving yourself instead.
Don't beat yourself up for not knowing the answers.
You don't always have to know who you are. You don't have to have the big picture, or know where you're heading. Sometimes, it's enough just to know what you're going to do next.
Rather than beating yourself up for what you are not doing, appreciate and celebrate the things you are doing. When you shift your focus away from what you do not want, you can create a vision for what you do. Don't fight with yourself - focus on what you do, can do, choose to do, are ready to do.
When you beat up someone physically, you get excercise and stress relief;
when you assault him verbally on the Internet, you just harm yourself.
A final word on self-criticism: Do not beat up on yourself.
Even if you think you know your flaws, there is no need to advertise them. Most people won't have noticed.
Enjoy the successes that you have, and don't be too hard on yourself when you don't do well. Too many times we beat up on ourselves. Just relax and enjoy it.
You go to the hospital your wife's in labor and you're doing the thing, and then it's very disorienting and scary and you beat yourself up and you go through a whole period of 'woe is me' and then you realize that this a gift, this child is the light, and if you can nourish that light and just let it shine, you have an opportunity to get closer to what I think is God.
We play a long show, and you can't beat yourself up too much over it, as physically you just kill yourself. It was always good fun on the road and it still is.
There are times when you throw an interception and you're beating yourself up.
Be careful what you think, because your thoughts run your life.
Do you want to be happy tomorrow? Then sow seeds of happiness today -count blessings, memorize Bible verses, pray, sing hymns, spend time with encouraging people. Do you want to guarantee tomorrow's misery? Then wallow in a mental mud pit of self-pity or guilt or anxiety today assume the worst, beat yourself up, rehearse your regrets, complain to complainers.
As a therapist, I know that when you're vulnerable, the best way to move on is to admit your vulnerability, don't beat yourself up for it, and try to find a way to analyze your vulnerability. Pull up your socks and try to do better for you and your family.
I think the posture of confidence can serve you well.
I'm not sure what's to be gained by sitting at your computer and beating yourself up.
Every day, possibly every hour as an entrepreneur, you do something that you absolutely could have done better with more time, more information, more experience, or more money - all luxuries you can't afford. So you do your best, and you move forward. The key is to see the forward momentum and not beat yourself up about how it could have been better.
It can be a challenge not to let failure, or negativity from others, prevent you from going after what you believe in and what in your gut you know can work. However it is important to face these challenges head on and give them a go and importantly don't beat yourself up if you fail - just pick yourself up, learn as much as you can from the experience and get on with the next challenge.
It's important that you all agree on what the parameters are and what you can accomplish - and not get pissed off or beat yourself up for what you can't accomplish.