@なつみかん. · Posted 09 Feb. 2022
@pritika98 · Posted 12 Feb. 2022
I guess I just stopped myself short of becoming the person I didn't want to be. There is a whole personality and set of values I want to incorporate into myself and my lifestyle, and my insecurities weren't helping me achieve the person I wanted to be, so I had to address them. I had to sit down and work things over on how and why I was thinking a certain way and what/who was it because of? They didn't end miraculously, and I'm still working on them, but continuous little efforts and keeping a check on oneself help a lot. You HAVE to see yourself in a positive light. It's a must. You've got to sit with your inner critic and tell them how you're both on the same team and maybe the ways we've chosen to protect ourselves haven't been the best of what we could offer.
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@debkatz78 · Posted 11 Feb. 2022
I am still working on it. I think as we get older, we care less about them. It is a thing that comes with age and the passage of time as well as life experience. I would like to be able to move past everything while I am still young enough to enjoy my youth! lol
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 16 Feb. 2022
I am not over my insecurities and there is a chance I will carry them with me for a long time. The only thing is to remember that you're more than just what you're insecure about. I have moments of clarity and realize that I am a complete human being with a whole universe associated with me. Knowing how simultaneously important and inconsequential we are makes me breath a bit easier and break free from my insecurities.