About using a model of failure cycle and detecting the causes and effects of failure
Well in a positive way, normal psychology begins with success but since I did this alphabetically, I have started with a little pessimistic psychology of failure that will provide a significant insight into Psychology of success as success and failure are two aspects of the same currency.
The main reason for failure would be fear and even people with knowledge, talent, resources might suffer failure if they have unconscious fears. Failure is part of everyone's life at some point. The psychology of failure would see both the causes and the effects of a psychological failure. It could be explained by some sort of unconscious, insufficient doctrine of fear and error when we want to fail and in many cases we are directly responsible for our mistakes. Let's consider failure in relationships. Losing long-lasting relationships especially, especially romantic relationships, could be explained by the unconscious fear of long-term commitment and the limitations that this may cause. So if you see yourself as a failure in personal communication issues, this may be because you act with your partner and the relationship fears that you will focus on potentially disturbing the functioning of the union that breaks it suddenly or slowly.
Failure in professional relationships could again be a guiding light for fear and fear of violence when you want to naturally perform. Fear in this case is inverted and invaded and I have explained this type of fear in Psychology of fear so I will not elaborate here. But this is unconscious and an individual may not be aware of this type of fear which is the underlying cause of failure. Fear of incompetence and still responsibilities and expectations could even be the basis for fear of commitment in personal relationships. In fact, a failure in professional and personal relationships is guided by unconscious fears of responsibility, commitment, or fear that may arise from expectations.
Apart from the failure of personal and professional life, there may be a failure in social life. Failure has personal interpretations, which means that we perceive our performance and performance or failure with our own characteristics. For example, even if a writer has received several awards, he can still see himself as a failure if he fails to secure the Noble Prize. A physician who has saved the lives of some important patients could be considered the success of others, but he can be seen as a failure if he fails to save his own son's life. The turmoil from failure is again dependent on what we want to achieve in life and how we want to achieve or achieve our goals. But is failure always the result of fear of expectations or internal undefined anxiety? It is possible that fear is a fundamental human feeling or feeling that begins the cycle and fear or anxiety could lead to violent expectations and persecution (as a defense to overcome this fear) or a complete loss of trust. The first part of the cycle of failure is given as follows:
Unconscious fear W Would satisfy or desire to fail (in some cases) Too persecution or lack of confidence in perception of error
In general, the cause of failure is fear and I use the concept of fear instead of anxiety as in this case, the fear is that failure to meet expectations so that the cause of fear is defined. Failure is therefore a direct consequence of fear of incompetence or may also be associated with a low self-determination as it would cause damage. The reasons for the failure are complicated and although in many cases a mistake might be almost desired, fear is the main factor in failure. This applies, however, to the psychological reasons for failure. If a failure in the effort is due to a lack of funding, accidents or to technical problems or financial constraints, they could still cause a fear of failure and would in any case complete the cycle of gradual progress from fear of failure. Thus, a lack of resources, accidents and other factors can cause fear but not in all cases. If an accident occurs when an athlete breaks his leg and is unable to finish the race, the failure is indeed due to the external factor and not to the fear. When external factors do not directly affect the failure, the indirect effect of fear of failure and it causes failure if the problems are considered insurmountable, individuals will even unwittingly wish to fail.
For the cause of failure, it is necessary to analyze the effects of failure and what happens psychologically after we fail. Failure could cause depression and since fear has been defined as the primary cause of failure, depression, grief or grief has been identified as the main cause of failure. When we fail, we are first angry with ourselves and then this anger is turned into deep grief, pain or chronic depression. The cycle of fear of anger and rather depression and loss of confidence is completed as follows:
Unconscious fear W Wanted to fulfill or desire to fail (in some cases) Too persecution or lack of confidence after perception of failure ((Failure) Anger to yourself and to others Sorrow, a resource, a depression ((Lack of resources in some cases) Damage to confidence / incitement Unconscious fear
Prolonged period of sadness or depression could cause damage and lack Of course, individuals will be sentenced to unconscious Fears leading to a further cycle of failure This means that failure would naturally lead to a fallacy, and one case of failure might call others when the circuit above shows the causes of failure, just as there are many causes of failure with a primitive cause of fear, The main effect of failure is depression and anxiety, though might be a significant number of failures that may be financial loss due to the loss of social status or loss of work or even death.
Comprehensive psychology of failure counts this cycle cycle in different conditions and defines the entire range of causes and effects of failure.