Overcoming Feelings of Not Being Good Enough

In this episode of Love This B!tch, we are exploring why we think we aren’t good enough. How do these thoughts even come about? Whether it’s from childhood relationships, inheriting limiting beliefs, or our inherent need to please everyone, we need to learn how to shift our mindset and embrace self-compassion. Today we examine how our own limiting beliefs can hold us back from true happiness and self-acceptance. When you start truly believing in yourself and seeing your value without any other external validation, you will know and feel it in your core - that you are good enough.



Here’s a closer look at what we talked about:

  • How not feeling good enough can be tied to our relationships with our parents

  • Why we don't need to be validated by others

  • Digging deep and questioning the core belief that we're not good enough is crucial to happiness and learning to love and accept ourselves

  • The power behind the understanding that you have value regardless of how others feel about you

If you’re ready to take back your power and finally accept that you have always been good enough, hit play now!  


Links Mentioned:

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https://www.facebook.com/lisathelifecoach

https://lisaoglesbeecoaching.com/



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