Would you say you’re confident? Or would it be more accurate to say that you experience flickers of self-doubt now and again? If you said the latter, you’re not alone.
This week, Darlene Brock and Julie Bender discuss the plague of self-doubt and shame we face as women, and how we get caught in the trap of comparison. They break down the most common areas we struggle with, including feeling too old; feeling too young; wondering if we’re good enough; feeling burdened by our pasts; and more, and share ways to identify your strengths (rather than focus on your perceived weaknesses).
If you’re looking to break free of self-doubt, embarrassment and shame, this is the right place to find hope.
Quote of the episode:
“We love to tell other people they’re equal and valuable, but what about us?” —Darlene Brock
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