Really wanting to do and enjoy something or really wanting to speak to someone without them realising how we really feel inside, making sense of what we say and wishing for a good feedback but knowing exactly how that will end up…
Self-confidence is a very important aspect of a person and when we are lacking it we are missing out on life so much!
Lack in self-confidence goes hand in hand with social anxiety but not everyone lacking in self-confidence is also socially anxious as sometimes we are very good at masking our deepest feelings and the anxiety connected with not being good enough will only show when we are to face more challenging situations like speaking to a particular person or when we are faced with some sort of a test, like a driving test, a job interview or a speech or again, when we are dissatisfied with someone’s behaviour but we cannot bring ourselves to voice our feelings.
The quality of life goes hand in hand with the amount of self-confidence we have as when we deeply believe that we are good enough as we are and therefore believe we deserve things like anyone else we will automatically set goals for ourselves and then go about reaching them thus feeding ourselves with a sense of purpose and accomplishment that make for a good quality of life.
Self-confidence is instilled very early in life however with the general lack in knowledge on how certain episodes will affect a child’s self-esteem it isn’t easy for a parent to do a great job at gifting their children with a solid self-esteem. But dread not, self-esteem is easily restored once those episodes are uncovered and worked with and correctly processed by the brain.
Remember: “Nothing is Impossible, the word itself says I’M POSSIBLE!”