Today I’m feeling slightly despondent and as a result I’m beginning to doubt myself, but I know that I have no reason to, so that’s positive.

I usually act on my intuition and use that as my guide to make any decisions I have to make. Any emails I have to send, phone calls I have to make,  they’re done through my intuition and so far it’s never let me down. I know my spiritual beliefs make my intuition stronger.

The decisions I have had to make recently, I know are completely right for me, but they have put me in a slightly different place to where I was before I made them. I am now finding new ground. I believe in my abilities to problem solve, although that doesn’t necessarily mean those I am wanting to problem solve with, will problem solve back.

I also believe that setbacks make us doubt ourselves, even if we initially have no doubts over our decision making. When decisions are out of my control, setbacks have been inevitable. Because I have much more to deal with and more problems to solve, this morning, I am emotionally in a different place yet again.

Sometimes the uncertainties that bring me to this place can make me doubt myself. When I begin to look back on the last few days, I still believe that my intuition on the decisions I have made were right for me. I need to rid myself of self-doubt.

21 Mar, 2012

6 thoughts on “Self-doubt

  1. We do what we feel is right for us. That’s what you need to do. Not everybody is the same and we all deal with things differently.

    What is right for one, may not be right for another. Our spiritual beliefs are different also. What one person believes in isn’t always what the other person believes in.

    We just have to do what is right for us and I believe you are doing just that, what is right for you. Stay with the path you’ve chosen.

  2. I’ve spent a good part of my life doubting myself, which is something I’m trying to work on changing.

    It has been a very difficult obstacle to overcome, although I think I have made quite a bit of progress over the past few years.

    I’m hoping and praying that it is something that I will eventually be able to at eliminate from my life.

    1. Working on change is good Randy. I am pleased you feel you are making headway; even a little bit of headway goes a long way.

  3. Doubting oneself every now and again is completely normal.

    You have a strong sense of self-belief that will pull you through these hard times.

    1. I agree with you.

      I know my beliefs will pull me through. I just wish it could be sooner rather than later. That time seems a very long way off right now.

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