It is by being seen, heard, and cared for that we first acquire a sense of self-worth. As we mature, we continue to need to be seen and appreciated by others, to have worth in their eyes, but we also need to develop a sense of our own worth that stands on its own. This can be tricky.
We must avoid basing our self-worth entirely on comparison with others. We must find the beauty in our uniqueness; each of us is one of a kind, one of an extraordinary kind of creature.
Sincerely, Bridget Clarke