Breaking Free from Toxic Doubt: Affirming Your Own Self-Worth

Breaking Free: Affirming Your Own Self-Worth

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standing tall

Someone’s inability to love your fullness says more about their capacity to love than it does about your worthiness of being loved. So often we absorb the guilt, shame and blame, wondering if we should become smaller, quieter and “less”.

Even if you could be content in wearing a shell of what other people want you to be, it wouldn’t gain their true love.

Sister, stand tall and firm in the vastness of who you are. Radiate confidence from within. Let go of the need for anyone else to affirm your radiance before *you* own it. Because until your mood, happiness and self-view no longer depend on someone else, you will feel the sting of fear and the sorrow of doubt.

Someone else’s capacity for love says nothing about you, and it cannot ruin your sense of self, when you KNOW who you are. What you’re looking for is (and has always been) within.

It takes courage to embrace and love yourself. Outgrown guards go down, challenging emotions come up and sometimes it’s a messy road to that unshakable inner peace. I can tell you, it is worth the ride to get there.

No amount of improving yourself, reaching your goals or refining your personality can give you the permission you’re looking for. No amount of compliments, likes, followers or approval can satiate the bottomless pit of unworthiness. It HAS to come from within.
— Madison Hedlund

editing your story

Here’s the thing… we operate from an internal story. That story touches every single part of your life, every day. You can edit your internal story; you can choose freedom from someone else’s projections.

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