Here are seven common habits that may drain a man of his power
Lack of self-care: Men who neglect their physical and mental health may feel drained and unable to perform at their full potential.
Procrastination: Delaying important tasks can cause stress and reduce a man's effectiveness.
Negative self-talk: Believing and speaking negatively about oneself can erode confidence and self-esteem, making it difficult to assert oneself in various situations.
Perfectionism: Striving for perfection can be a positive trait, but if taken too far, it can lead to stress and decreased productivity.
Lack of boundaries: Men who have difficulty setting and enforcing boundaries may feel drained by others' demands and expectations.
People-pleasing: Constantly seeking approval and validation from others can be exhausting and can prevent a man from pursuing his own goals and ambitions.
Avoiding responsibility: Avoiding responsibility and blaming others for problems can leave a man feeling powerless and without control over his own life.
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