self-doubt

Have you screwed yourself lately? I know I have. And no, I'm not talking about in the fun and physical sense. I've often wondered why we put up roadblocks to our own success? I know for sure where I want to go, who I want to be and what the best version of myself looks like.
We all suffer from crippling self-doubt at times, second-guessing the shizz out of ourselves, comparing our style, opinions, and lives to others, mostly online, often feeling lacking in some way, that we're not pretty/slim/curvy/smart/successful enough.
When asking, whether the Father Christmas's at the different grotto's are real, he accepts the explanation that some of them are special elves, sent by Father Christmas to help him out. He doesn't argue it.
Many of us are thwarted by our inner voices, our anxieties and a fundamental lack of belief in ourselves. Our inner critic tells us that we are less accomplished or capable than others. We dismiss our achievements and confine ourselves to a false belief in our mediocrity. But somewhere inside, we know that our disappearing act no longer serves the world.
When building a business, possessing qualities such as perseverance, determination and resilience are helpful, but how can we battle on when doubtful thoughts takeover, causing us to question our abilities and lose sight of the big picture?
How do you know you're really ready to be a parent? Is there a point in life where it clicks in your head and says "Yes, now you've ticked all the boxes so here you go, one child coming up!"? Or are we ever really ready for all the different things that come with being pregnant, giving birth and raising a child?
After years of reckless, self-destructive behaviour – triggered by the death of her mother and culminating in the breakdown
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Originally, I wanted to name this post "Aimlessly Attempting to Crawl My Way Back to Center," but I thought it was too defeatist sounding. It is how I'm feeling as of late though. I feel like the balance and grounding I had found has become hazy, muted, diluted.
If you step out in a new dress and a friend says 'wow you look amazing' with genuine enthusiasm, you're bound to leave the
One key mistake that I see people make to keep them in the self-doubt and confusion. They buy into their own thinking and believe their thoughts are real. This of course is not true.