I really struggle with emotions while trading. I see the setups, I mess the execution. For almost two years I've managed to break even and stay "profitable", mostly stumbling in the dark until I started studying proper price action (read: ICT's videos). But I still have a very hard time with my emotions during trades. Last night a friend came over for dinner and we talked about this. He doesn't trade, but he really liked Michael's way of explaining stuff (and his over the top video openings). He was bewildered I wasn't more profitable, and when I explained to him it was emotions what took most trades away (closing early, moving stops, or TP, second guessing every decision...), he kind of understood it, but not really. Me, on the other hand, I felt a kind of relief (I had never talked about this with anyone, because trading never comes up). I feel that it helped to externalize it, like it happens with most psychological issues. Today I had a very messy day but at least was able to realize when I was losing control. I want to be ever more conscious about this going forward, so I share my moments of shame with you. Share your shames if you want. Who knows if it might help.