Healthy self-confidence involves respect and trust. This means some maturity – taking responsibility for our own emotions, attitudes, and actions. We respect ourself so we don’t put ourself down. We respect others so we don’t put others down. In this way we gain trust that we are doing the right thing both for ourself and others.
Love brings self-confidence. Anger brings fear. Self-confidence comes from generosity, from thinking and caring about others. If you live your life with a genuine concern for the wellbeing of others, you will feel better about […]
Just being introduced to the concept of healthy self-confidence is helpful. Of course getting there takes time, maybe a lifetime. It is putting no one down – not myself and not others. It frees up […]