I was confronted with this feeling of, "Oh no, this part of how I am wired is really not good. I should probably reel that in."Jenna Greenawalt
- We are every day confronted with the message that we are not enough, and the loudest voice is often our own.
- The preoccupation with others’ expectations often holds us back from becoming the best version of ourselves.
- In our image obsessed culture, the feeling that we are not enough is often most intrusive in the context of our physical appearance.
- When we believe that we are not enough, we are actually believing a lie.
- It is easier to know intellectually that we are enough than to feel emotionally that we are enough.
- The very thing we are most criticized for might actually be our greatest strength.
- Our unique qualities have an important purpose.
- There has never been anyone else on the planet who is just like us.
- We are not just barely enough, but we are actually more than enough.
- The more we remind ourselves that we are enough, the more energy we have to help others believe that they are enough as well.
- Whenever you feel that you are not enough, consider whether you might be comparing yourself with others.
- Write a list of those characteristics that you most love about yourself, and review it whenever you feel as if you are not enough.
- Develop mantras to respond to yourself in each of those specific areas where you have the tendency to believe you are not enough.
- “I belong here.”
- “I bring unique gifts to this space.”
- “I am paving the way for others.”
- “I am worthy without accomplishing anything.”
- “I am loved just as I am.”
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