A cat who suffers from anxiety and who hasn’t given up has overcome his fears and managed to catch a bird after two years of working on himself and pushing his boundaries. He celebrated this meaningful victory by presenting his treasure to us.
They call me a Weeping Willow due to my long and subtle branches. The side of me which is ruled by the low self-esteem would say – You made a very bad first impression as you were not able to show your real- self. The side of me who is assertive would announce- Screw them! What do they know about me? I’m unique and beautiful. I grew with the long branches which add grace and femininity to my hippy look. I’m a shelter from the sunshine and a soothing place for other animals.
Sometimes we think that we made a bad impression. Does it matter? No, it doesn’t as long as we’ve been our real-true-selves all the way long. People have their own set of mind, thinking pattern and tendencies. It’s a common occurence to be misjudged and musunderstood. What life has taught me is to keep going and let my uniqueness shine through despite others having a different opinion about my character & personality. Some of them change their views about my persona as they get to know me more and some of them don’t. I live my life not to please others but to embrace it and make the best out of it 😊😊😊
Self- Confidence might be artificial disguising insecurities and fears. It can also be manipulative and toxically soothing when an individual uses it to compensate themselves for their issues. It’s toxic because it affects others around them. Healthy self- confidence derives from inner-self which consists of self- worth, self- belief, empathy and compassion. Healthy self- confidence resides in the present moment and rejects uncertainties of the past and future.