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Many women share a common fault – low self-worth.

It’s the feeling you’re not good enough to get a good job, to attract a decent, loving man, to keep a home and family together … the feeling that someone can always do it better than you.

This is such BS really.

You are unique and amazing and you should measure your self-worth by your standards – not your friends’, not your parents’, nor colleagues’ and certainly not society’s.

Here are the most common ways women undermine their self-worth.

1. You Tell White Lies

You Tell White Lies

You can’t help but tell little white lies or exaggerate the truth so that is makes your life seem more interesting.

2. You Withhold Your Opinion to Avoid Confrontation

You Withhold Your Opinion to Avoid Confrontation

You tend to withhold your real opinion on a matter in favour of agreeing with somebody to keep from having a potential disagreement.

3. You Rarely Use the Word No when You Really Want to

You Rarely Use the Word No when You Really Want to

You are constantly saying yes to things that you do not want to do, simply to make the other person feel happy and sacrificing your own feelings.

4. You Put Other People before Yourself – All the Time

You Put Other People before Yourself – All the Time

Your personal to-do list is filled not with personal needs, but rather things that you are going to do for other people, always putting them first and yourself second.

5. You Give but Forget to Take

You Give but Forget to Take

You give, give, give in your relationships, both romantic and platonic, and you very rarely get anything back because you don’t subtly demand it.

6. You Date Losers or Men That Aren’t Right for You

You Date Losers or Men That Aren’t Right for You

You always end up dating a horrible guy because deep down inside you don’t think that any truly great guy would want to be with you.2

That’s not true!

7. You Don’t Ask for What You Want

You Don’t Ask for What You Want

You very rarely pluck up the courage to actually ask for what you truly want, and instead ask for things that you think others are going to be willing to give/do.

You Might Find Yourself in an Abusive Relationship
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