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Learning To Operate In My Worth

May 12, 2015 | 4 Comments

I’ve been wondering how to operate in my worth, even when in the vicinity of people who don’t want to be around me. It’s tricky.

I tend to find my worth in others, and how they respond to me, or in accomplishments, and how much I can get done in a day.

I want to hone in on my intrinsic worth. I want to sense who I am, and feel the peace of being whole and enough.

I want to let go of this desire to fit in with others, and learn how to belong to myself. It starts here, by just saying it- I am enough. I am enough. Now I’ll take a deep breath and give myself a little hug.

Learning To Stand In My Worth by soangiewrites

My self-worth mantra, from teachings of Brené Brown

Related Reading- The Importance of Self-Worth

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  1. You are exactly right. The first step is saying it – out loud! It is such an easy trap to fall into, that if one person doesn’t give us the feedback we yearn for, their opinion seems to mean more than all others, put together. Such a painful lie! Throw it in the trash and give yourself a big hug from me! Love you!

  2. I really recognise that sense of valuing yourself based on externalities and productivity. It isn’t easy to switch off from that but such a valuable mindset to try and cultivate x

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