Everyone has their own inner voice "default" to go to when they are in trouble. My #1 fan would be the inner critic. It jumps on me every chance it gets, and I would do anything to change that. There is nothing worse than someone in your head telling you that "you'll never be good enough" or that "you are a failure." It seems to never go away, and it comes back whenever it wants to. I think one of the main reasons I hear that voice so much is because I don't believe in myself. I feel like I let myself, and others down when I am not always the best me that I can be. Everyday I wake up hoping that I will be successful, and I try so hard for it because I want it so badly, but the second I mess up or don't get exactly the grade that I want, I shut down. I hate the way I feel when I shut down because it feels like that feeling will never go away. I want to be so much better about putting myself down, and try to lift myself up more. I think it will be a hard task in itself, but if I want it bad enough (which I do), I can easily accomplish my goals. If I am not satisfied with something I can use my inner guide to help me solve my problems. I hope this plan to get rid of my inner critic helps me to be the better me, and succeed like I would love to do.