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Self-Blame. // Self-Worth.

Watching someone proceed to beat themselves up has shown me how ridiculous self-blame is. It’s just Satan’s way of getting his horrible messages out there. It’s scary how influenced we all are by him. Mistakes are made you’re stupid so you wallow in it. Sometimes, it’s okay. It’s understandable. But taking two, three months to drown youself in the horrible mental monstrosity - to be overcome by doubts, fears, and under confidence is...sad. So sad. It’s almost a waste of time. BUT, what if it’s needed? What if we must feel sad, and dumb, and stupid and forgetful and lame and awful about ourselves in order to make us realize that none of it is true?

Most of us, many of us, must make this discovery on our own. Yes, it has been express to you, but right now it’s only a thought. Once you make the discovery of self-worth on your own, that’s when you’ll be able to pull yourself out of your funk.

( A word of advice? Get over yourself. You can’t harbor all the disliked qualities. )

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  1. this spoke to my deepest core. yes, yes, yes.

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  2. So true. Thanks for this reminder :)

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  3. I tagged you for the Tribute to Writers tag, Tour Through Blogland tag, 20 Things tag and the Chocolate Book tag. Head over to my blog for all the questions!

    xoxo,
    Bethan

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