Constitutional Remedy HelpHi,
I need some assistance in choosing my correct constitutional remedy. I'm very confused between Nat. Mur, Aurum, and Lycopodium. Please help!
I've been a people pleaser and a perfectionist since I was little. Almost always achieve success and get angry at myself when I don't. I'm very self-critical, hard-working, and can't handle criticism. Feel very sad and disappointed when things don't go my way or when I can't measure up to my own standards. My parents were both perfectionists and put a lot of pressure on me to succeed. I'm highly independent, ambitious, stubborn, and an innovator (I like to start my own trends). I'm somewhat of a loner and focus on my career. Having issues with friends because I go above and beyond for them and I feel that they don't appreciate me. Had to grow up early for my age and now I feel tired and overworked. I feel like I'm not doing everything I can do to succeed. I can't express myself easily and I hide behind a mask of niceness, so not to disappoint others. I cry very seldom and in private. I do get upset with my loved ones sometimes and I say harsh things, which I later regret. I'm very intelligent and I rationalize a lot. I don't like feelings because they get in the way of common sense and sometimes they overwhelm me. Although I know I can achieve much, I have a deep fear of failure and of embarrassment. Feel like I'm not good enough. I've recently lost a business and feel depressed and disappointed in myself. I am spiritual but not religious. I feel disappointed in my faith, like God forgot about me. I've lost the connection that I had with Him and I wish I can get it back.
Complaints: social anxiety,depression, psoriasis, ovarian cyst, and TMJ. Anxiety manifests as muscle tension, palpitations, and shaking.
Please let me know which remedy my profile belongs to!
paulawhite on 2010-03-13
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