Do you ever say to yourself, “No matter what I do, it’s never good enough”?
You may feel this way if you’re single and your dates have ghosted you (disappeared without explanation).
You may feel this way if your partner has been blaming, criticizing or ignoring you lately.
You may feel this way if your kids are having meltdowns and you feel exhausted and on the verge of your OWN melt-down.
You may feel this way if you’ve been working long hours and were still passed up for a raise or promotion.
Or maybe you just feel that you aren’t happy with your life and you can’t even figure out why.
When you have a constant thought of not being good enough—for your parents, your kids, your partner, or your boss, it can lead to some pretty unpleasant feelings.
At home, you sabotage your relationship with workaholism, withdrawing, affairs, criticizing, or picking fights.
Maybe your partner leaves you and that perpetuates your fear of abandonment, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy every time.
Or maybe you feel as if you’ve been dieting your entire life but you never see the results you want—or feel good about your body for more than a minute.
At work, you feel anxious all the time about whether or not you can “pull off” another assignment. Will you finally be busted for your incompetence?
Your secret shame of not feeling like enough leads you to either take on too much responsibility or not enough, resulting in burnout or boredom.
The question of “Am I enough?” is so prevalent for so many. It can have a death grip on you!
Have you ever stopped to think why that question comes up in the first place?
And why does the answer eludes you to such a degree?
There are many reasons for this, but one of them in particular can finally put that question to rest.
Many of us are driven to improve our lives, which requires us to make changes.
The initial phases of change propel you into new territory and require new skills. Sometimes, there is a misinterpretation that not having these skills is somehow a reflection of being inept.
Feeling inept comes from the long-term effects of living in a competitive world where there is this false notion that there’s always someone better than you.
Better than you at love, at parenting, at being attractive, at being successful or being a good friend…
What this does is suck your own life force and truth out of you. You feel diminished at every turn.
And you berate yourself with thoughts of, “Whatever I do, it’s never enough.”
That’s because when compared to the fantasy-world where everyone is always thinner, smarter and more “together,” you can’t possibly compete.
Especially on social media, where your friends seem to have it all figured out.
So, what can you do to move out of this madness and ensure that you ARE enough?
When you develop SELF LOVE, you raise your vibrational frequency.
This means that the energy you project out into the world is lighter, brighter and more attractive to those around you.
Self Love enables you to love yourself completely and then, be loved by someone completely as well.
It allows you to feel good in your own skin and trust your thoughts and decisions.
Self Love also allows you to let go of the baggage of expectations, so you live your life the way you were always meant to.
With Self Love, you always feel good enough because you let go of the fear that someone else will always have more or be more than you.
In Chapter 5 of the eBook portion of my Self Love For True Love program, in step #6, you’ll learn the psychological and social origins of feeling not enough and what you can do in order to recalibrate your energy so that what you’re putting out into the world screams YOU ARE ENOUGH, no matter what.
You’ll discover the daily practice that will allow you to let go of the things that are keeping you in a low vibration of insecurity and low self-esteem.
You’ll get to do an exercise which asks you to write down the answer to 10 powerful questions that spark change and bring you closer to Self Love with every word of self-reflection you write down.
You’ll learn how to reclaim the power to create your life, and let go of being a victim or martyr.
You’ll be so in love with the TRUE YOU that you’ll effortlessly draw to yourself the best partners and opportunities.
That’s how transformative developing Self Love can be!
You can see for yourself at no-risk by examining my program, Self Love For True Love for a full 7 days before deciding to keep it.Start listening or Reading Now
I won’t lie to you. Self Love requires commitment, diligence and a clear intention.
But it’s so very worth it.
P.S. What does it take to make a commitment to Self Love? Surrender! Surrender all those emotional responses that have been programmed into you by the outside world and discover the True You, the Good Enough You that has been hiding inside all along.Learn More