Take Your Power Back

Self-esteem is what you think about yourself. It is your opinion of yourself.

Your level of self-esteem reflects how much you love, value, and believe in yourself.

In my experience, healthy self-esteem means that you like yourself, flaws, and all. You encourage yourself, your self-talk is positive, and you believe in your decisions and choices. You treat yourself like you would treat your best friend, and you sure as hell have your own back. You are not overly concerned about other people’s opinions of you, and you know that your own validation is what matters most. Because truly, other people can think the world of you, and tell you so, but unless you believe in yourself, you will always feel insecure under the surface. And worst of all, if you depend on other people’s validation, and those people decide to take their validation away, you will be left feeling worthless. Don’t let anyone ever have that power over you.

Take Your Power Back

In the words of Steve Maraboli-

“I appreciate people’s opinions, but I am not attached to them. I learned a long time ago that if I give them the power to feed me, I also give them the power to starve me.” ~ Steve Maraboli

Believe in yourself. Take your power back.

Your affirmation today is: ‘I love, approve, and believe in myself.’ (Say it three times and feel it)

Wishing you a great day or night – wherever you are in the world!

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Wishing you an abundance of all things good.

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Why express gratitude? How can a gratitude practice change your life?
A daily gratitude practice can help to keep our minds in balance by reminding us to notice and appreciate all of the good things that are occurring in our lives and is especially helpful when we are going through tough times. A gratitude practice is not about toxic positivity and ignoring that we may be going through challenging events that really suck, it’s about seeing the positives and light in dark times, all of which help us to make it through and to keep going. For example – who’s helping us, who’s hugged us, who’s supported us, who made us feel loved, who messaged us? Which are all examples of love and support that we should appreciate and feel grateful for in good times and in bad times.
Regularly expressing gratitude trains our minds to see the positive side of life, and to focus on the good things that are occurring for us that we may have otherwise overlooked. A gratitude practice can help you to develop a new and positive perspective about your life, which in turn can increase your happiness, motivation, resolve, and change your life for the better. As a breast cancer and natural disaster survivor, I know that there is always, always, always something to be grateful for, and a gratitude practice helped me to get through my worst days, even if all I wrote down for one day was a hug from my little girl (daughter).

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Be Yourself, You’re Beautiful – Exactly As You Are!

Confidence comes with self-love and self-acceptance, and nothing is more beautiful than a woman who truly loves, accepts, and believes in herself.

Today, consciously make a decision to love yourself, accept yourself, and love every part of you. Your validation is the only validation you need. You live in your body, so love it, every part of it right now. Too often we allow outside influences to impact our lives, and how we feel. It stops today, okay! You can be negative towards yourself, and make yourself miserable, or you can be loving, kind, and supportive to yourself and feel good. Stop berating yourself, and comparing yourself to others. We are all different, and there is no one definition of beauty. You are beautiful and perfect exactly as you are. Don’t allow perceptions and opinions of other people to lower your self-confidence, because all that matters is your own opinion of yourself. You believe what you tell yourself, so tell yourself positive, kind, and loving thoughts today, – so that you feel good and happier. Every positive thought you tell yourself adds up to a happier life in the long run.

Your affirmations today are: ‘I love and approve of myself.’ ‘I am beautiful and perfect exactly as I am.’ ‘I love my body’ Read them three times! and commit them to mind!

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent”

~ Maya Angelou

Be body positive, and love your body!

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Confidently Introverted® Mission Statement

Here at, Confidently Introverted® we believe that every woman has the ability to love and believe in herself. Our mission is to promote self-love, and self-acceptance, so that you aim to see yourself as beautiful and perfect exactly as you are. We believe that when a woman loves and believes in herself, her self-confidence skyrockets. 💖

“The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.”

~ Blake Lively

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