Daily Dose of Self Love

Welcome to the Daily Dose of Self Love. This series will be about self love, self care, self esteem and self worth. Basically everything related with SELF. My aim with this series is to give you a daily boost of self love and self care. We all get busy with our lives and sometimes it leaves us less or no time to take time for ourselves, be with ourselves, wash off all the negativity that we accumulated during the day with self love, meditation, etc. The daily boost will be in an easy to understand and more importantly something which is relatable. So Welcome!!

Self Love Practice Tip #73

In today’s post we will continue to discuss about self doubt. Diet culture and beauty industry companies can sell you dream but it’s not gonna tell you that you going to be happy when you are skinny or it tis not going to cure you if you have deep core low confidence issues or low self esteem issues. Again just know that you are not alone and everyone feels self doubt and they are not good enough. So my first suggestion to overcome self doubt will be to let it out. Vent. Cry. Punch something. Don’t punch someone or something that might hurt you. You need to feel your feelings. The worse thing you can do is to brush them off and ignore them. I know when I am feeling overwhelmed, hurt or angry, I have to have a hysterical cry and I feel so much better afterwards. Judge me all you want for crying but if it makes me feel better, so be it. Also I am not saying this is what you should do but you should find your healthy way to let it all out. Venting is great if you can find the right person to listen. I am so thankful to people in my life you let me vent and this give me unbiased opinion which helps me realise what I am doing and why. Venting is what you need to do when you are feeling those thoughts of inadequacy.

Come back tomorrow on more inspiration on self doubt.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Well… Thanks venting is important so cry if should be that’s another way to vent

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    1. GS says:

      Exactly Vincent. Generally, it’s better to let things out than hold them in. And doing so feels almost akin to problem-solving—in the moment, at least. Venting your frustrations alleviates tension and stress. You almost always feel better—and “lighter”—after sharing some perceived threat, indignity, misfortune, or injustice.


  2. ThinkTalk says:

    Venting is a sure release of those emotions. I have my bouts if it with God some days. 😃

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    1. GS says:

      Yes we all have those days. There are even songs written about it. There is no denying the immense role that venting to release anger plays in our lives, with many of us actively engaging in venting, while others adopt different strategies to deal with their daily frustrations. Regardless, there’s an assumption that venting is a good and healthy thing to do – that it is supposed to release all the pent-up fury that has accumulated over time and refresh your system, allowing you to continue living your life, unburdened by any random angry tendencies that may cross your mind.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing.

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Have a great day!! xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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