June 19, 2017

Worth more than you think…

It’s no mystery that we are constantly bombarded with information, images or situations that leave us feeling depleted-emotionally, mentally and oftentimes, physically. I, for one, have been many a times in a place where I feel completely dubious of my self worth which leads me to question myself to the point where I begin to falter. As you may imagine, the end result is never what I set out achieve in the first place. Incidentally, I have experienced feelings where I say to myself “maybe you are not worthy of achieving this”.

Faulty thinking has the ability to immediately side track us and place us in situations where we will feel uncomfortable and hesitant to continue our journeys, hopes and dreams. As a mental health professional I know this too well but I am not exempt of experiencing it as well. It is even more difficult when you come from a place where this type of thinking was continual.

Beyond what my academic background has allowed me to gain, not only for those I help but for myself as well, resilience has been the keystone to unlocking my hidden potentials and breaking down mental barriers that would have potentially precluded my attempts at any goal I set out for myself. Yes, I’ve been that girl who has fallen, failed miserably, quit. All the while being the girl who played Lauryn Hill”s “That thing” over and over again while singing “don’t be a hard rock when you really are A GEM, babygirl”. I am worthy. I decide. Period.

I hope wherever you are, whoever you may be, these words reach you. I know what being “in that place” is. Know that you deserve the world and nothing less. You are worthier than you think.

Xoxo,

Raquel

 

 

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Comments

  1. Great post Raquel! Thank you for this reminder!!

  2. Loved this…I am always enough

  3. TheMotherOverload.com says:

    Oh Raquel,

    These words hit home mama. It’s so hard not to be our worse critic or in my case have self doubt. But I try so hard to always look at one positive and constantly try to remind myself that no matter one is perfect. Nor will I ever be.

    Xo – Gladys

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