r"If you do not know your worth, others will place a value on you that is far less than your true worth. Once that value is assigned, you will be treated accordingly."
Self-worth is simply defined as "the sense of one's own value and worth as a person". We often neglect to see how it affects our lives because its just a personal unspoken opinion of ourselves. However, that simple opinion about ourselves drives the way we approach life and relationships and helps us teach others how to treat us. Sometimes we unknowingly assign a lesser value to ourselves when we engage in harmful thinking, activities, and place ourselves in relationships that are not conducive to growth, freedom, and peace. Often times it takes encounters from others that see our potential and higher value to spark our self-worth discovery.
Signs of poor self-work (just to name a few):
My name is Frankie Reed-Shaw. I am a wife and mother of three. I love all things creative, especially writing thought-provoking pieces. I embarked on my journey of blogging about growth, maturity, and SPIRITUAL concepts about two years ago. My passion is expressing challenging ideas in hopes that myself, and others, engage in consistently thinking outside the box and strive to live a most authentic life, free of constraints. Don't be shy, feel free to comment your life experiences and wisdom on any post.