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  • Proverbs 28:1 says that the righteous are as confident as a young lion. That is a beautiful comparison and one that we can easily understand. In order to become righteous, and therefore confident, one needs to learn God’s standards and live by them. When you fill your mind with the positive message of the Bible, you will no longer be overly concerned with others’ opinions. You will only be concerned with God’s point of view.
  • I agree with Lizzy. But it also helps to understand your value. Your value is not set by society. Your value was determined when Jesus suffered the pains of all the sins of all time in the garden of Gethsemane. Then he died on the cross to pay for our sins before the Father so we could be reconciled with him once more! Jesus loves you! He was willing to die for you! You are a daughter of diety! Let them judge that! THAT IS YOUR TRUE VALUE! Not what anyone else thinks. But also whenever you feel inferior work on that area, but make sure its something that is really worth the investment of your time. Not something someone else wants you to do. Do it for you! You really are worth it! YOU just have to believe it!
  • For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of love, power and a sound mind. 1 Tim 1:7
  • Put yourself around people that love and respect you for who you are. You may have to look at your own thoughts Focussing has helped me a lot: https://www.focusing.org/fot/cornell_focusing_technique.html
  • By not being so judgemental of others and what they think. It's your life and you've got to live it, as long as you're wthin the law, it matters little what others have to say of it.
  • by practicing being nnore confident nnore

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