I'd like to talk about learned helplessness and how to overcome/manage it. Personally I find learned helplessness is a core issue, I feel it ties itself in with toxic shame and guilt. It can as many here may have experienced rob many aspects of one's personal growth. Career, relationships, inner resilience, aspirations.. Learned helplessness is a core thief. Its that feeling of 'who was I kidding? Its a matter of when, not if.. it all comes crashing down on me'.. It takes one's self belief from under their feet when they need it most. To ask a person to trust it will all be work out I feel isn't enough, when trust in one's self is gone what can we trust? Do people here have experience overcoming learned helplessness? How to cope although your body and mind says no? Are there techniques to manage it? Even a philosophy to pull further strength to overcome times of difficulty? Thank you.