Self worth being who I am on the inside.  NOT what I have.  And challenging the only critic that matters:  my critical inner voice. -
"We all have one, which acts like a cruel coach inside our heads that tells us we are worthless or undeserving of happiness. This coach is shaped from painful childhood experiences and critical attitudes we were exposed to early in life as well as feelings our parents had about themselves. While these attitudes can be hurtful, over time, they have become engrained in us. As adults, we may fail to see them as an enemy, instead accepting their destructive point of view as our own." -
Changing this means seeing myself as I am, doing the rough life's work to become a better, happier version of myself.  And taking in the feedback of who I am from the person who matters most, myself.
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