Basing Your Self-worth On What You DO and Not on Who You ARE
This summary is hard to write because it has to do with my parents. I do not want to defame them in any way. But the truth is I am not emotional responsible for their feelings. I had to console my mother through panic attacks as a child which planted the seed into my adulthood that I was emotionally responsible for the world. In doing so, I completely lost my sense of worth that lied within me. And because I had no self worth from within, I had to create it with what I accomplished. In doing so I always felt behind and overwhelmed because I was so far away from the destination of “being enough.” In this monologue I share with you on how to connect with the power and beauty of who you intrinsically are.