This article originally appeared in Psychology Today.

You start the workweek ready to tackle your tasks, feeling confident … but then, it happens.

You don’t speak up during an important meeting, and the critical voice in your head starts up.

“You didn’t say anything. How could you let that opportunity go by?”

You try to brush it off. But then you catch a typo in a report you submitted. “Can’t I get anything right?”

Add to this the constant feeling that you have to attend every meeting, start work earlier, and finish work later than everyone else in order to be a team player.

It’s a recipe for self-doubt and burnout.

If all of this is sounding a bit too familiar, then you’re not alone.