How do you deal with the feeling of being not good enough after a breakup?
This is one of the main questions I used to ask myself.
In reality, I didn’t ask myself directly, “Am I good enough?”, but it was the underlying thought behind all my insecurities.
Do you ever feel that way…deep down inside?
You may not say it out loud to anyone, but do you ever wonder why he couldn’t get it together for you? Do you wonder why the relationship couldn’t just work?
Do you still have questions about why it ended?
And then in the back of your mind do you ever wonder if maybe you weren’t good enough. Like maybe if you were prettier or skinnier or put more effort into it things would have worked out?
And now it plays with your self-esteem and self-confidence.
I want to assure you that you are more than enough.
Just because a relationship is broken, doesn’t mean that you are broken. Just because someone doesn’t have the eyes to see your worth, it doesn’t take away from your value.
Your beauty and desirability and worth as a person are not determined by someone else’s appreciation of them but by your realisation of them!
How much value and worth are you giving yourself? Your value is not attached to what you do, how you look, what hairstyle you’re rocking or how much money is in your bank account.
Your beauty and worth are determined by your inherent value as a human being.
Your contribution to this world isn’t determined by your net worth, but by the way you love and care for those around you.
Stop letting someone else tell you what you’re worth.
Stop letting a failed relationship dictate your value.
You are beautiful.
You are worthy of love.
You are deserving of good things in life.
You are loved.
Readjust your crown, dust yourself off, and walk like you just won Miss Universe!
Work it, girl! Work it!!
You got this!