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  1. Helen says

    very informative article! I agree that affirmations are a wonderful way to overcome feelings or self doubt or just negativity in general. We must surround ourselves by positivity in order to be positive <3

  2. Markus + Micah says

    Very relevant post. Self-doubt is probably something we all deal with and your tips make sense. I particularly like the first one. I suppose it is because we are social animals and our brain is wired to have this herd mentality, that we look outwards often and seek approval.

  3. Saima Umair says

    OMG Yes! I completely agree with all the points. I have been there, just a few months back before I started blogging. Positive affirmation did help me coming back and gain confidence. Great post.

  4. Delicate and brutal says

    I love love love this!!! โค I have struggled off and on the last 2 years with self doubt when I became sick. I was ALWAYS this go getter who had to be productive at all times. I kicked ass in my career as a blood bank med tech and was a very confident gal. When my illnesses took away “my purpose” I felt lost and the self doubt set it. Then the damn prednisone started changing my appearance and that compounded the problem. I couldn’t see “me” anymore when I looked in the mirror. But then I decided to start reaffirming to myself “It’s still you Amy!” I remind myself that my illnesses and body changes from the prednisone don’t define ME. I still have the same kick ass Amy personality to share with the world ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

    • Shelly DS says

      Thatโ€™s awesome! We donโ€™t need to keep in touch with people we met in 2nd grade, so Iโ€™m definitely with you on that one ๐Ÿ˜…
      Thanks for reading and welcome to GWS ๐Ÿ’–


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