What do you see when you look in a mirror?

“I feel so unlovable.”

“No matter what I do, I always think I’ve done it wrong. Will I ever be good enough?”

Worried about what others think can become a way of life.

Never feeling good enough and allowing self-criticism to lead to unhappiness can indicate a deeper issue that needs to be addressed.

Does anyone hear me?

The voice in your head says, “I’m not good enough; I’m a failure.”

Thinking this way can make you hesitate to speak up for yourself. You become a “people pleaser.”

You constantly compare yourself with others and fall short.

Doubting yourself leads to others doubting you, too.

Therapy helps silence that voice in your head.

Rather than feeling like low self-esteem is a problem to contend with, you should know that you are not alone, and change is possible.

Self-esteem constantly evolves throughout a lifetime, shaped by internal and external forces you can’t always control.

Be patient and know that you can improve your self-esteem – but changes will not happen overnight.

Reach out today for a free consultation by calling (352) 615-0144.