You’re not your limitations.
Change your perspective.
For example, you can beat yourself up for being too controlling and micromanaging, or you can recognize that you’re very responsible, dependable, and committed to quality work.
The micromanaging issues don’t go away. But by viewing it from a strengths perspective. You enjoy the confidence to look at yourself and assess the behaviors you’d like to change.
You’re worthy the love, the help, and the attention.
Worthiness doesn’t have prerequisites.
It won’t say, you will be worthy.
- When you lose the weight.
- When you get pregnant.
- When he asks you out.
Flaws and all.
You’re worthy just the way you’re.
Live your life boldly, out-loud, and joyous.
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