Last month I posted about considering Insecurity in a Positive Light–beautiful even. I took this idea from Therese J. Borchard, the author of Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression; Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes, and The Pocket Therapist: An Emotional Survival Kit.
Since her techniques for managing this thing call Insecurity are so amazing, I thought I’d continue with more of her suggestions each month until I came to end.
“Know it’s invisible.
You figure everyone can see that you’re insecure. And that actually makes you feel more insecure. But here’s the wonderful truth. No one can see your insecurity. They are too worried about their own insecurity to notice your insecurity. Even when I think the world can see me shake – when I get really nervous or uncertain – few people can. Either that or they are lying to me when I call them on it. Do your friends look insecure when they are in a group of coworkers or with dysfunctional families? Nope? No one can see your insides but you.”
So can I cope with my Insecurities?
Bet you can, too.
What do you think of Borchard’s ideas about Insecurity? Had you ever considered them