Know your self-worth | 13 things that don't define you!


”Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.” - Unknown

We are all our own worst critics in life. 

When we criticise, the mind listens, reacts & responds, making us feel anxious & stressed & decreases our mood.

It has a detrimental affect on our mental health.

We need to stop allowing outside influences like these defining us!



Your struggles

What other people think of you

Grades & results

Your weight

Likes & shares

Your age

Your clothes size

Your job

Your Past

Money (or lack of)

Your home

Your relationship status

The number of friends you have





So what does define our self-worth?

To define our self worth we need to stop looking to outside factors and start to look at what's within. Self-worth is exactly that, it is about what's inside you.

Your attitude

Core values

Morals

Individuality

Effort

The way you treat others

I think as long as you are doing you, you are treating people as you would want to be treated yourself in a kind and respectful manner and you are happy, nothing else should matter at all.

Fat/thin, gay/straight, rich/poor, loner/social butterfly, show home/ no home....

What's it matter?

You are enough in this life and you need to believe that.

"When you know who you are—and you're pleased with the person you've become—you'll experience a sense of peace through life's inevitable ups and downs."
- Amy Morin

Don't compare yourself to others.

Live for the present.

Be in the moment.

Appreciate everything you have and not what you don't.

Leave your own unique footprint on your journey through life.



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