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The Importance Of Overcoming Insecurities

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Many would agree that insecurities are a part of our everyday life, but it 's just a matter of how we overcome them and make them some of our least problems. Our insecurities seem to get the best of us when we feel like life’s dragging us into this black hole we’ve never been to. It can be best specified as a very erroneous feature in a person that can be a result of low self esteem and lack of self confidence due to many situations in our life. This emotional feeling could easily lead to depression and make us question ourself about our appearance, and mostly caring about how others perceive us. Believe it or not, having someone significant could help us overcome our insecurities just by making us feel important in their life. Unfortunately,…show more content…
Self-esteem is a confidence and satisfaction in oneself, which should be present in one’s daily life in order for him/her to believe that he/she have the ability do anything. I have to admit I have a very low self esteem and lack of self confidence due to the people around me and my family being a huge part of it. Last semester, I was told to drop out of school and stay home for next six months because they want me to pick a major that I’m not satisfied with. In those six months, I was mentally tortured by my own parents, told that I was good for nothing and that Im the worst daughter they could ever have. I used to wonder what is it that I’ve done so wrong that I’m a disgrace to the family. Just because I don’t want to be a doctor or a lawyer doesn’t mean Im not going to do anything in my life. So I decided not care what others think about me and do what I like. At this point in my life, I am trying to gain the esteem I need to truly be happy. The best way that I could come up with to gain self confidence and self esteem was to look deep inside of myself and believe that I have the ability to overcome all obstacles and challenges that I face, on a daily bases. I am at the point where I realize that I must first believe in myself before others will believe in me and if I don’t follow that, then I’ll be hurting nobody but…show more content…
Being abandoned by my loved ones is one of my insecurities, since childhood. Ive been through rough times my entire childhood from being with one parent to another or being on streets all alone. I never thought anyone would ever be interested in me or even if they did, they would use me and then walk out my life. My whole perspective on relationships changed when my boyfriend walked into my life. I thought it wouldn’t last or he’ll be flirting with other girls and what not. But he proved me wrong. He always does. I honestly believe that no one can ever understand me the way he does or makes every difficult problem an easy one for me. The only reason I got back into my school was because he persuaded my parents to let me continue my education and let me be who I want to be because its my life to live and not theirs. Ive tried to commit suicide because of the situations caused by my family, so many times but my boyfriend always gave me reasons and potential to live through everything that chooses to destroy me. He’s always there for me no matter what part of the world I’m in. And I admit that I do fear of losing him or seeing another girl in his arms. I feel like one day my insecurity and jealousy would ruin my entire relationship with him. Ive spent two years with him now and I want it to last forever but it feels so good to be true. Im still trying not to let little things get to
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