Tag: self worth

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Affirmations: Change How You Think.

Hello lovely people. I hope you’re having a fabulous day full of confidence! But just in case you’re a little lacking in the believing in yourself part today, I wanted to bring you a post about affirmations. Last week, I wrote a short bit about how affirmations can be a tool to use in combatting …

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Managing Body Dysmorphia

Earlier this month I wrote about body dysmorphia and some of my experience with it. This week, I’d like to focus on how I manage it and some things you can try if you also suffer from it. As I mentioned before, body dysmorphia can make it very difficult to live a happy and fulfilling …

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Learn to accept a compliment. (This is not a request.)

Do you struggle with accepting a compliment? You either deflect immediately or respond with why it’s not true or with something self-deprecating? Or maybe you smile uncomfortably and in your mind, you start trying to figure out what that person’s angle is? You start wondering why they’re buttering you up, what they’re trying to get …

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Stop Saying “I’m Sorry.”

If you’re anything like me, you’ve said the words “I’m sorry” more than any other combination of words. Sometimes it’s well meaning and intentional, like when you know you’ve hurt someone. But most of the time it’s like word vomit. An instant reaction that you do not plan, coming out of your mouth regardless of …

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