Thoughts of self-unworthiness

Something inspirational:

“Never let the thoughts of self-unworthiness re-arrange your prepared passion for failure. You can do it even if others say you can’t. But you cannot do it if you tell yourself you can’t.”


6 Jan, 2020

4 thoughts on “Thoughts of self-unworthiness

  1. It seems like you bring up the same subject that I’ve been dealing with and this is one of them. My fears and self doubts have kept me paralysed for a long time and I haven’t known anything different over the years.

    It has also been a long time since I felt capable of doing much of anything, but I have been working on figuring out what it is that I can do.

    I’m not exactly sure what I want from my life, but I know that there has to be a lot more to it than what I have now. I want to be able to have a relationship with my daughter, hoping for the best on that.

    1. Thanks Randy. Yes, you owe it to yourself to continue to work on figuring out what you can do and I believe you can.

      Life brings up many challenges and curve balls, including our childhood experiences that we have to work through and coming through will make us mentally stronger.

      Not always easy, but necessary for a better quality of life, both mentally and physically.

  2. When it comes to self-worth, only one opinion truly matters and that is our own, but we tend to be our own harshest critics and that doesn’t do our self worth any good.

    It is important to remember we are not our circumstances and while life has a habit of throwing a curve ball our way, it often isn’t about us, but others.

    1. Thanks. Yes, our childhoods are very much the catalyst for our self-worth and that’s often when we fall short.

      We must all work together to build each other up. I agree, we are our own harshest critics, but again that stems from our childhood.

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