Tag Archives: self-esteem

You Said a Mouthful

This is about a girl I ran into that I hadn’t seen for a while. I’ve known Teri for over¬† twenty-five years though you couldn’t quite call us friends; more like good acquaintances with far too little to share to … Continue reading

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It’s An Inside Job

It’s an inside job… I like that expression, Anne Lamott uses it a lot. It means you have to love yourself from the inside out, not the other way around. I was sitting at a cafe in the village reading … Continue reading

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Sexually Speaking

I was just telling my friend Bill how excited I was that my post on self-esteem, ‘The Imperfect Susannah B,’ had so many readers minus any mention of sex. “Hmm,” he said, “how interesting; what tags did you use on … Continue reading

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For What It’s Worth

I think self-worth is the most important trait a person can possess. Without it, others tend to treat you as if you should be entering through the backdoor. I’ll admit, I learned this one the hard way. For a good … Continue reading

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Who Do You Think You Are?

This might be a companion piece to ‘Cracks’ (8/16) since once again I’m incensed over something someone said. Every Saturday I go out to lunch. With whom? My self-esteem, that’s whom. I actually look forward to it all week since … Continue reading

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