Everyone in the world deserves to be treated well, loved and respected by others. Many people, however magnificent or wealthy, have a huge difference between themselves and how they feel about themselves.
When fighting to be heard, respected and understood in a world of oppression, it is easy for everyone to forget that they are unique. Anyone can get hurt on this journey throughout their life and be disappointed by people.
These wounds, which occur over time, can easily wear down one’s self-belief. At this point, the inevitable traumas of human experience must not be allowed to break your stance.
Building self-confidence is considered another way of feeling valued. Not everyone is born with high self-esteem, and developing it can be challenging in some cases. Because personal experiences are the cause of loss of self-confidence.
A confident person is someone who is willing to take risks, admits and learns from their mistakes, and can accept compliments. In order to achieve this, steps can be taken such as looking at what you have achieved before, thinking about what you have been successful at, setting goals and having a hobby. Talking to yourself can also help build self-confidence.
Treating yourself as your best friend trying to cheer you up instead of listening to the negative things your mind throws at you and being overwhelmed by them helps you feel more comfortable gaining confidence.
To change some things, you must first change your image. Because changing your image also means changing your mental picture, your understanding of who you are. What you have now is the you that has always been and always will be. You must accept that you did not create it and cannot change it.
In other words, changing your self-image is about self-actualization and self-revelation, not about personal transformation. Creating a better image of personality does not reveal new abilities, strengths or abilities, but releases and uses existing ones. Doing this can also be considered as the first step to build self-confidence.