Often we spend countless hours focusing and even fretting over our relationships with other people, asking ourselves countless questions about other people (i.e. do they like me, will they call me, what are they thinking, how can I impress them...)
While it is important to regularly examine our relationships and put in the work to ensure they are healthy and strong...even more important is our relationship with ourselves. How we feel about ourselves matters. How we talk to and about ourselves is important. Believe it or not, the way we feel about ourselves, directly or indirectly impacts every other relationship we find ourselves in.
Let me remind you...everywhere you go, there you are. While you can decide when and how to engage others, the reality is you can never escape you. When you rise, there you are. When you steal away for quiet time, there you are. When you find yourself in a myriad of emotions from day to day, there you are. The reality is you can never escape you.
So, in realizing that, it's more important than ever to regularly examine your relationship with you. Start by asking yourself a few important questions:
Do you suffer from paralysis of analysis? Do you have a thought or dream that you have been holding onto for a VERY long time, but are waiting for further instructions before you push the button and move forward? Are you "almost" ready to make a move, but aren't quite confident enough to take a leap? If this is your story, then join Dr. Nicole Steele as she serves up another Cup of Confidence.
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