Write Down Your Fears!
When I was pregnant working two jobs, which I had to walk to one daily. I was told that I wasn’t going to amount to anything in life. The girl who hid her whole pregnancy so she won’t get kicked out of the Christian Base College will never amount to anything. That statement not only killed my dreams because of the person it came from but because the odds were already against me.
So, slowly but surely I began to live a life of wanting my dream but believing that I wasn’t capable of having it. Years later I had a teacher and a so-called friend tell me I couldn’t be a social worker. Why because I didn’t think like them and I will challenge what I was not only learning but also what others had to say. I even went through bad relationships. So, trust me when I say I lived in fear and still battle with insecurities when it comes to relationships. However, I’m turning it all around.
What has you living in fear, that causes you to be truly insecure? Are you concern with the fact that he wifed you but you started as the side piece? Did a teacher or family member tell you that you can’t, and now you’re afraid to fail and provide them, right? You gained weight now you think you to be big to be loved?
What has you so insecure?
The insecurities you hold aren’t worth living in fear for the rest of your life. You must understand that fear is a form of limitation. The limitation is what stops you from living life to your fullest potential. Why limit yourself when you are capable of doing whatever you put your mind to?
Take the time to write down your fears and one by one begin to face them. Also, dig deep into figuring out why or where those fears stem from. Tell yourself that you can! Believe that you can and trust that those fears will go away.