Self-worth can be defined as understanding ourselves as “authentically strong.” It’s real power that resides in each of us—not something given to us by others.
Our personalities begin experimenting with emergency solutions in early childhood—we all had different ways of coping with not getting to play with the red ball in the playground.
The ego is our self-concept—the way we see ourselves—and thus it is subject to misconceptions. That’s why ego is often referred to as our “false-self.” Most of us are not the imposters we’re pretending to be. In fact, only by seeing beyond those false perceptions can we be truly authentic.
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