One of the biggest factors on how we feel isn’t what other people think of us, but how we talk about ourselves.
Think of how often you say something negative about yourself. You might say:
“I’m terrible at math.”
“I could never go on a hike. I’m too weak.”
“I can’t wear that. My body isn’t made for it.”
This negative talk contributes to a poor view of ourselves. It diminishes our confidence and lowers our self-esteem. You might not even realize how often you do it!
The one big thing you can do to boost your self-esteem and reduce anxiety is to be kind to yourself. Point out the things you love about yourself. Remove “can’t” from your vocabulary when talking about yourself. Kindness isn’t reserved for other people. You need it too!
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