Posts Tagged: self-esteem

The Fit Student—Nuzzling Noses

What if you spend months writing an A paper, but get an F?  What if, instead, when you saw your grade, your eyes blinking tears, a dove gently perches on your shoulder, startling you, nuzzling soft feathers against your neck? I used to crumble with criticisms.  They crushed me, kept me small, snatched away my… Read more »

A Sinister Cycle

Who taught you to be so negative?  Where did you learn to say, “You can’t, you will look like an idiot, don’t even bother”? I ask this of myself frequently.  Time and time again, I let a potential job opportunity slip away, or watch the shadows change on my wall, the night easing into morning… Read more »