It’s not about you; it’s about the person asking the question.
Self-esteem is what you think and feel about yourself. Self-worth is recognizing that “I am greater than all of those things.”
Maybe it’s time to stare those moments in the eye instead of swiping it aside for pursuit of the next one.
Real self-respect is knowing what’s worth standing up for, but it’s also knowing that being confrontational rarely gets you what you want.
It’s digging deep within rather than searching mindlessly in a foreign universe.
Back in 2015, there was a study done at Texas Tech University that proved women with more than four tattoos had higher self-esteem.
People she loved have left her, and since they never gave her an explanation, she created one herself. She assumed she wasn’t good enough for them, wasn’t pretty enough for them.
You absolutely hate the thought that you could give a wrong answer or say the wrong thing. So, you keep quiet when you’re around your friends and family. You nod your head, and agree with their ideas and opinions because you don’t want to be liked less.