Do you often focus on being so caring towards others that you forget your own needs?
Do you find yourself trying to take responsibility for other people’s feelings and problems to the point of emotional burnout?
Do you often say YES to things you don’t want to do because you don’t know how to say ‘no’ without disappointing others, expressing your true feelings without guilt, or causing confrontation?
Do you want to communicate openly without compromising your needs even if you fear confrontation?
Before comparing yourself to others, ask yourself:
“Why does this person or situation trigger me to feel bad about myself?”;
“Does comparing to them uplift me or does it bring me self-doubt?”
“Do I compare myself to others because I genuinely look up to them, or because deep down I doubt my equal worthiness of success?
Not feeling enough tends to produce lower self-esteem. Not feeling enough often results in seeking external validation Not feeling enough corresponds to the tendency to suppress your needs or seeking approval from others Not feeling enough robs us of our divine birthright to claim our worth and raise our standards. For many years (from my […]
Building unshakable confidence results in stronger self-awareness, improved communication skills, equal and HAPPY relationships, and an overall better health =}