When we spend lots of time on social media, we can start to compare ourselves to friends and celebrities and end up thinking that we can’t possibly compare.It’s important to remember that people’s social media accounts don’t necessarily reflect how their lives really are. Don’t fall for the hype.
Hang out with friends and loved ones
Spending time with friends and family helps to remind us that we’re loved and valued.
Make a list of your strengths and achievements
Sit down with a friend or relative and put together a list of your strengths and things you’ve achieved in your life.You may be surprised to discover good qualities or skills that you didn’t know you had.
Tired of agreeing to things that you’d rather not to? Before you accept immediately, take a breath and don’t immediately agree to the request. Discover Natalie Lue’s tips to stop being a people-pleaser on the In The Moment Magazine podcast.
Save up your compliments
Make a note when someone gives you a compliment and read them whenever you’re lacking in confidence.
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