35 thoughts on “No context

  1. I think this about myself all the time V… and it’s NOT true so do not believe that voice, it’s the voice of doubt and fear. You can shut it down just as easily as you let it appear – you are in control and I believe in you 🙂

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  2. You are asking yourself the wrong questions. Questions are very important – ask yourself the right questions and life changes. Ask instead “What if I’m playing too small?” “What am I capable of it I really got out of my own way and became fearless?” “What do I love? What do I enjoy? What do I want to do right now? What makes me happy?” That sort of thing. Positive questions only – the brain reacts to the way you talk to it so be careful.

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  3. If there’s one thing you are, V, it’s good enough. You’re enough for anything. You’ve touched so many lives, including my own and you’re a wonderful human being. You are so much more than good enough. Please believe that ❤️

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  4. It’s not clear what you’re referring to here, but I feel the pain in your statement. Part of me wants to rush in with wise words to soothe you, but I’m not sure I know what to say. I can empathise though – I know that pain of not feeling good enough. And I can wish for you that it passes soon and that you believe in your own value as a human being. Sending love and hugs x

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  5. I’m sure there are some things you’re not very good at. There are other things you are great at. Regardless of all that, your worth as a unique human being is infinitely priceless. There is and never will be another Vee. No matter your circumstances, you are worth more than you can imagine.
    I struggle with self worth too. I think I’m nothing. I understand intellectually that I’m not, but I put myself down every second of every day.

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  6. Are you kidding me?! You’re a ROCK STAR and probably one of the best Canadians I know! You have a good heart, a great mind, are creative, and have good insight into the world. Screw the haters.

    All that being said I know that voice very well and know that all the positive talk my husband gives me when I feel this way bounces off like I have a force field that doesn’t let in any good. So do something kind for yourself even if it is just a cup of tea. Sending love and hugs.


  7. Not to be counselor guy, but that’s when you have to just shake your head, find a mirror, look yourself in the eye, and say, “Eff that. I am good enough.” I don’t care what it is. No context is necessary. When we hear ourselves saying we’re not good enough, it’s a lie that we heard from someone who was unworthy to pass that sort of judgment or, more likely, from someone who is jealous because you have something they don’t. It’s so easy to allow those negative thoughts to become seeds that are planted in our minds… in our very souls… and we allow them to take root because there may not be enough people in the right places at the right times to remind us not to listen to those lies. V, don’t listen to that lie. Don’t tell yourself that lie. You’ve got this!


  8. Much love and a virtual hug. Golly, I just read all of the support comments. You are so exceptional! Please have faith in yourself, and maybe watch the Wonderpets or something to make you smile again.
    As one of your fans wrote and I agree, “You’ve got this!”


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