On last week's blog, "Looking for Worth in All the Wrong Places," I wrote:
"Several of my clients have bumped up against the “worth issue,” which has got me thinking (yup,it happens occasionally).
What I mean by the “worth issue” is believing that others’ opinions of them increases or decreases their worthMost people look for worth in all the wrong places: grades, schools, evaluations, career, family, friends, money…. or some other external validator.
The alternatives? First and foremost, I’ve found that it’s powerful to listen deeply to the part of you that already knows you are worthy. I wrote briefly about this last week in “What I’d Say if You Wouldn’t Roll Your Eyes…” and judging from the responses I got to that note, it rings true for many of us."
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