Insecurity is the feeling of inadequacy. It may have various stories in our head or feelings in the body. Insecurity is more from the stories and thoughts we tell ourselves and believe than it is from actually being inadequate. One of the most common stories in our head with insecurity is that other people are judging us or will judge us. The thought of others rejecting us is happening in our own head. So in effect, we are creating this thought of rejection, and then imagining that others are doing it.
There may be areas where we don’t’ measure up to others in some areas, and this may make it appear that our insecurity is based in something real. Except that the external measurement of height, looks, money, or accomplishments don’t directly produce emotions and feelings. Emotions and feelings such as insecurity are created by how our mind interprets and emphases these differences. Everyone could be compared to another person in some way and find them selves less than. They could also pick a different area for comparison and find themselves better than the next person.Continue reading
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