Low Self -Esteem as Black Woman
My Struggles With Self -Esteem
I have often felt that being female, and black, in the UK counts as a double whammy against me in society.
I've believed that I have to be twice as vigilant, twice as hardworking, twice as careful as everybody else to get the same result.
I have also felt taken advantage of and mistreated, and that it is difficult for me to relax into British society.
A New Way of Seeing Self-Esteem?
Steve here, and for the last few years (since Oct 2012, actually) I've been seeing (and thinking about) low self-esteem in a different way. Not as a problem to fix, but as feedback to notice (and nothing more). That's right: nothing to fix, everything to notice. And all this became obvious to me after being introduced to the Three Principles behind life (in Oct 2012).
I created a free 1-page Self-Esteem Guide that explains more, anyway. You can read about it here (NO EMAIL REQUIRED) - SMNash.com/self-esteem-guide/
Thank you - Steve