Learn to distinguish the inner judge that constantly criticize your real-self. When you begin to highlight your failures or errors, ignore it or laugh at your comments without doing any circumstances. Although it might take much time believing it, you’re not that voice. Have you noticed that you often torment yourself at times when you’re too focused on your desire to be perfect? Think just as everyone does the best he knows, you are doing the best you can too.
Be aware of your tendency to demand beyond your limits. Ask yourself from time to time if you really need to devote much time and energy to the activities you intend to be perfect. Learn to be satisfied with what you get and give yourself more time to rest and have fun: the real inspiration comes from joy and not overworking. To achieve this, instead of aspiring to any things you do is perfect, work them to be “worthy”, a concept which you can easily reach. You should think that due your nature, whatever you do always give an impression of quality therefore can assume that the end result will be more than enough. And if not, ask others to know what they think.
Stop believing that the entire burden is on your shoulders. Recognize your limits and ask for help when needed. Dare to delegate to another take responsibility. To achieve this, you agree that each person has unique and different ways to act, from which you can learn a lot if you are able to see the positive things that the others offer.
Watch your tendency to talk to others instead of talking with them. Unless you specifically requests it, not give them lessons of any kind. Try to listen more and better. You can learn from other people much more than you think. Arrogance has nothing to do with being sure of yourself. In fact it responds to an inner vacuum, regarding your lack of self-esteem.
Do not judge or criticize. If you think carefully, what they really want is not to provide your subjective opinion, but objectively discern reality. For the content of your messages are not distorted by your forms, try to be more aware of yourself when you converse with other people. Do not be carried away by your passionate and impulsive opinions and reflect more before speaking. If you fall into the account that your contribution contains concepts such as “good” or “bad”, the better you respect silence. In life nothing it is good or bad: everything is much more complex. Try to find arguments that contain no value judgments and give sure what you really want to communicate.
Do not be afraid to express and/or recognize your anger. Every feeling repressed is stored in the unconscious and eventually ends up exploding. Channel it constructively will help relieve your muscle tensions. In that sense, learning to relax is a good start. You can start by going to a park, the beach or a walk to the mountaub. Just take a deep breath and look without judging or putting tags to others or the situtation. Enjoy inactivity in a conscious way. It will give you energy and strength to not succumb to reactions which are harmful to your health as rage, anger and/or resentment.