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Description Most people don't understand this motivational disease. Even though it isn't that common it is one hundred percent real. They usually ask why would you be afraid of winning. The fact is that people who suffer from this the most are noncompetitive and only see the negatives of winning.
Symptoms -Giving up during competition -Avoiding competitive situations -A very narrow comfort zone -Never pushing themselves -always fine with being #2 -Never gets to that stage of extra ordinary potential
Causes -Unrealistic expectations from family and peers -Unrealistic expectations from one's own self -The pressure of being a role model -Afraid of being number 1 and the responsibilities that go with it -Scared that peer and family members with be jelous.
Cures -Do it for your own goals not other peoples expectations -Play your own game and enjoy yourself -Don'e make winning and losing decipher who you are -Expand your comfort zone -Be prepaired to be #1
Cures -Learn from your own losses (weaknesses, patience, persistence) -Focus on your performance not on your wins -Set personal goals not performance goals -See how your coaches and parents communicate after a win or a loss -Realize that you are still you no matter how many losses or wins