Write down stuff you like about yourself in a journal. Also write down insecurities and retorts to these insecurities. (ex. I fear that I am dumb but I have a 3.5 gpa) You'll feel like a tool but it does help in the long run if you do it daily or at least once a week.
Learn to catch yourself when you are thinking negatively about yourself. Consider if your thoughts are realistic or rooted in insecurity. This takes practice and is definitely really difficult.
Supportive people in your life who you can speak to who will retort your insecure thoughts also really helps.
>>16863107 Find internal strength by accomplishing tasks or feats that take time, dedication, devotion, hard work. This shows to yourself that you are capable of accomplishment. ex. marathons, mastering something, finishing a degree, getting promoted etc
Don't sell yourself short ever. Be your own greatest advocate.
A lot of painful heart wrenching, agonizing, terrifying, grueling, exhausting experiences where you seem to pull through it beat up and bruised.
Every time you heal you get a little bit stronger. Your soul is a muscle like any other. You have to work it to its limits and stress it, cause some damage to it and when it heals it gets bigger and stronger.
Over time, the shit that used to scare you are nothing. Women? Nothing. Being rejected? You ain't worth my time anyway. Job interview? Meh, I did my best.
Gain XP and you will level up, but that involves conflict and pain.
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