Do you want to make lasting positive change? Then you need to focus on self acceptance. When we accept who we are as we are we can make changes.
Today we talk about how to use acceptance to feel empowered, build body positivity, get body confident and stop overthinking.
Acceptance is key for anyone who wants to reduce stress and build confidence. Because when we accept, we reduce chatter and gain confidence.
The past three episodes we talked about invalidation and how we may unintentionally invalidate ourselves. Now let’s talk about how to reject invalidation to build confidence.
Invalidation can hurt our confidence and keep us from living to our true potential. So we need to make sure we aren’t invalidating ourselves.
Invalidating ourselves and others has become so common place we most likely don’t notice it. But if we want to be empowered and build our confidence we need to spot and reject invalidation.
It’s become common for people to judge and invalidate others. Learn how to watch out for it so you can stop it from negatively impacting you and build your confidence.
comparative guilt (noun) feeling(s) of guilt for not being content because another person (known or unknown) may: love to be in your situation; or are in a worse situation than you. Examples of comparative guilt in a sentence: Parents sometimes use comparative guilt and say, “there are starving children in Africa,” to force their children to eatContinue reading “Comparative Guilt”