Self-acceptance is important for psychological and spiritual wellbeing. But accepting yourself or your situation doesn't always go down well with others. I guess that's why they call it a 'personal journey'.
Careless questions tend to produce dull answers. But beware. When you respond to something that is routine and customary in the same way, you may be missing an opportunity AND doing yourself down.
We all would like to feel more confident about something. Worrying about it makes it worse, and there are also some common pitfalls to be avoided. If you think that lack of confidence is stopping you, check these first.
Travel and personal growth have something in common in that both involve destinations and we can visualise our arrival. The experts say that the more clearly we can do that, the better prepared we'll be for the journey. There's a snag though. Preparation is everything, but the promise of the destination can distract us from the stuff we need to do in the here-and-now.
How do you build self esteem? Maybe you shouldn't try too hard.