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Let's talk about self-worth.

Self-worth is our internal sense of feeling "good enough" and being worthy of love, respect, and belonging.

Most of us will suffer from low self-worth at some point in our lives, which, if left unaddressed, can evolve into a long-term nuisance that impacts every aspect of our lives. As such, we typically don't realize that our insecurities, anxieties, doubts, and fears are all predominantly driven by low self-worth, one way or another. But, it's important to remember that self-worth is not fixed or set in stone. It's a journey that we can actively work on and improve. By recognizing the signs of low self-worth and understanding its impact, we can start taking steps toward building ourselves up and fostering a more positive self-image.

"Know your worth.
Then, add tax."

Self-worth  vs  self-confidence  &  self-esteem.

Self-worth, self-confidence, and self-esteem are three concepts that determine how we feel about ourselves and how we interpret our life experiences. Even though they are often used interchangeably, they have specific differences that are important to understand as you think about your own view of, and feelings about, yourself. So, let’s take a closer look!


Signs of low self-worth.

You can start to identify your own level of self-worth by paying attention to the inner dialogue that you have with yourself. Sometimes this dialogue can sound like, "I’m not good enough," "I don’t deserve...," "I always have bad luck," or "I can’t trust anyone."

People with low self-worth. . .

Feel like their relationships are one-sided.

Focus more on their flaws rather than their strengths.

Frequently criticize & judge themselves.

Dismiss or downplay compliments from others.

"When you realize your worth, you'll stop giving people discounts."

Causes of low self-worth.

Many factors and experiences contribute to low self-worth, including rejection, discrimination, bullying, traumatic relationships, abuse - the list just goes on and on. Although low self-worth can begin at any age, it will most likely be caused by early life experiences. Let’s take a look at some of them over the next few slides. . .


Improve your self-worth.

Imagine a world where you truly believe that you are valuable and worthy. . .

You put your wants and needs first without feeling guilty - no longer hesitating to do something nice for yourself. You fully depend on, and trust, yourself and your resourcefulness. Other people and their opinions don't hold you back. You embody confidence and celebrate your unique qualities and quirks. And, you have healthy and fulfilling relationships with family, friends, and others.

You absolutely deserve to live in a world like this - and you can!

Together, we can navigate any challenges you're facing, unlock your inner strengths, and pave a path toward positive growth. Get in touch today and we'll embark on this journey of self-discovery and growth together!

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