stressed out, & overwhelmed
To other people you look like you have it all together, but you’re constantly worried about what other people think about you. You’ve noticed more often than not you’re making decisions based on your fear of being judged and criticized. More than anything you want to be more confident and learn to trust yourself.
You want out of the self-doubt spiral. But how do you do that when you don’t even know what you want or what you need? And how can it be that other people seem to know you better than you know yourself? What do you need to do to break this habit of focusing on and believing in the negative while forgetting all of the positives?
Let me guess, you probably find it’s easy to show up for other people.
What you struggle with is showing up for yourself. It’s as though their happiness is more important than your own. And on the off chance you do express yourself, you feel shameful and selfish.
You worry you’ll be criticized and judged for your opinions. You believe your opinions and feelings don’t matter…or shouldn’t matter. Logically, you know beating yourself up while you’re down will not solve the problem. But you do it anyway…time and time again.
It’s time to switch the dialogue in your head and the way you feel in your body.
Imagine caring about yourself as much as you care about being loved and accepted by others.
How many days, months, years have you wasted being worried you don’t measure up to other people’s expectations about yourself?
Those multitudes of unhelpful limiting beliefs you’re holding onto are lies, and they’re preventing you from living life to its fullest.
These beliefs have a stronghold. They may have served you once, but not anymore.
It's time to stop playing small.
You have the innate ability to trust yourself, and not be so worried about what other people think about you.
You are capable of speaking up and voicing your opinions. Imagine taking the time to form a relationship with yourself.
You are worth the investment to become empowered to do all of these things even though you’re fearful and it’s uncomfortable.
You deserve to feel and exude confidence – to experience peace and wholeness. No more masks and pretending you’re okay.
You can live life authentically and confidently, where your outward appearance and inward feelings match.
Therapy works, and you're worth the work it takes.