How to overcome a low self-esteem, verbally and physically abusive parents or a childhood that lacked love, nurturing and support. How to finally stand up for yourself to people you are dating, friends, family and other people so they finally treat you with the respect and love that you deserve.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers who are struggling with self-esteem and low self worth models of the world and belief systems. I discuss a more empowering belief system to adopt and how to use challenges as leverage to overcome them.
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“When a person feels that they have a low self-esteem, they have actually adopted a belief system and model of the world that convinces them that they deserve less than they are capable of becoming and having in life. Since they see themselves as unworthy or not as deserving as other people are, they tend to attract friends, lovers and acquaintances into their life who will walk all over them and take advantage of them, thus fulfilling their false belief about themselves. At some point in life, every person is faced with an event or series of events where they have the opportunity to finally stand up for themselves and earn the respect that they deserve from others. People either rise to the challenge or shrink with fear. Once you get to a place of simply being no longer willing to tolerate things as they are, then you can truly liberate yourself and set yourself free. No one can do it for you.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne