More than 80% of women…
believe they’re not good enough.
feel they don’t measure up in some way.
are sure they fall short when it comes to their looks, success in business and relationships.
80% of us!
Yep. I am one of them. As a young woman, the comparison game is real. From real life to scrolling through my Instagram feed there’s always someone who appears happier than me, skinnier than me or more successful in their career than me.
Even the most confident of us still play the comparison game in our minds.
You have to let go of both “more than” and “less than” in order to be free. Easier said than done right?
We’re all here for a reason, we’re each moving along on our journeys with perfect timing, and you are meant to make a difference in this world like only you can.
When your ex starts a dating a girl that is just “so much prettier than you” (not possible), your boss mentions how the person before you did a better job, or you try on your new swimsuit and it doesn’t fit on you quite like the size 0 model online, remember you value simply because you exist.
Comparison is the thief of joy.
There are days that this could not feel further from the truth for me. Days I wake up and feel incomplete, crushed by the world and my own insecurities. I’ve found myself in those moments, where I believe I’m simply falling behind everyone else who appears to have it all figured out.
Why is it so easy for me to silence the inner knowing that I’m actually capable and great?
Because I’m human. And I’m pretty sure you are, too!
These ideas, that’s all they are CRAZY ideas, are ruining our lives.
Everyday we have a choice:
Will I make choices in my life from “not good enough” and “she’s better than me”?
When you’re struggling the most with shame and self-doubt, try to remember that you’re not alone, and that no matter what television ads, and your old high school bullies, and the mean voices in your head may say, you are enough as you are. Right now.
I am so much more than what they allowed themselves to see. I am more than they could see. And I’m probably more than they could handle. I am so much more than what I have been conditioned to believe. I am enough.
You are enough. You are a thousand times enough.