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Tell me 3 good things about you...

Let's make this a regular thing.

There's a constant stream of doubt and insecurity going on in my head; that's not all that's there, but there is a monologue of constant questions:

Will this make me look stupid? Did I just sound overbearing? Does this outfit make me look fat? Did I just sound like as big of a dork as I think I did? If I do that does that mean I'm a loser? Is it selfish to do this? Am I being inconsiderate doing that? Did I make myself clear? Or did I mess it up?

Depending on the kind of day I am having, depends on how loud the stream babbles. In talking to a lot of other women, I find a lot of us go through the same thing. But I saw something on Pinterest the other day, a quote from a local pastor (Steve Furtick) that said, "The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else's highlight reel."

We are all beautiful, we are all damaged. But we have to acknowledge the beauty as much as we give voice to the damaged.

I'm taking a chance here. The stream says, "Nobody wants to do this. This is stupid. You are stupid. If you always start, you'll look egotistical."

I'll start anyway:

1. I have good instincts (when I trust them).
2. I am helpful.
3. I am strong

Now, please, tell me 3 good things about you.


Aug. 15th, 2012 12:47 am (UTC)
About me? Hmm.

1. I take great joy in making others laugh.
2. I have a vast knowlege of movies/tv/actors that makes my brother call me human MovieDataBase (vs. iMDB) and calls on me often for that knowledge.
3.I have a good work ethic.
Aug. 18th, 2012 01:22 am (UTC)
The gift of laughter is one of the greatest in the world.

You are also strong; for all the times you've been discouraged and wanted to quit, you never have and that makes you strong.
Aug. 18th, 2012 10:18 am (UTC)
Thank you. There are many days I don't think that I am. I really appreciate the observation. In my opinion, I think that you are the strongest of all. Especially with that whole work SNAFU from awhile back. And I'm not a mother, but I can surely guessed based on watching my own that you MUST be strong. Wonder Woman, really that's what you are. :)