When I was a youngster I was always told to believe in myself. If I believed in myself I could be successful in whatever I decided to do. When I was younger I believed in myself, for a fact, my confidence was firm.
Then I had one particularly trying experience with health in 2013, my confidence was barely hanging on by this time and once I recovered physically, my confidence was nearly nonexistent.
Don’t get me wrong, I always knew that I could do some simple things better than others but my belief in myself was not ironclad anymore.
I was sure to make everyone I associated with think that my confidence hadn’t been shaken…but I knew the truth.
I’m not trying to go back to the time before my health event in 2013 when my confidence in myself was great…I want to be better.
I have much to offer the world at large and I must believe in me, regardless of the situations I find myself in.
One day soon, I will honestly be able to again say I BELIEVE IN ME…