I know people have put you down – they’ve put me down too. I know your fight – I have fought it myself.

Know that your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.

When you feel like someone has just hit you where it hurts, found your deepest vulnerabilities, and attacked you with all they’ve got, take a deep breath. You got this.

The wrong person will never recognize your worth, even when you’re at your very best. The right person, though, will think you are a treasure even when you’re at your worst.

Some people are filled with their own pain and blinded by the struggles they are going through emotionally, mentally, or any other way. Unable to deal with their pain, they pass it on to others.

Don’t let those people define your worth.

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People try to define themselves by defining you, and you looking bad makes them feel or look better.

You’re the one to know your own worth. The truth is, if you don’t appreciate yourself and accept yourself for who you are, there’s very little chance someone else will do that for you.

Out of all the people in this world set out to hurt others, why would you be the one to hurt yourself? 

If you don’t know your own value, people will define it for you. And trust me, it will be much less than your worth.

How do we know how much we’re actually worth?

First of all, never let your image of yourself be influenced by how others have treated you. Bad and hurtful experiences that you have don’t mean you’re less worthy.

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Take a good hard look at yourself and everything you’ve been through. Remove all that’s happened to you that you had no say in from the equation. Nothing that was done TO YOU determines your worth.

You are what you think, what you do, who you love, and how you live your life. You are not the circumstances you’ve found yourself in.

Leave behind those who make you feel inferior, not to make them see your worth but to remind yourself of it.

Don’t lose yourself desperately trying to hold on to people and things who don’t think you’re worth keeping.

The world will make you feel like you don’t have what it takes. Don’t be the one to believe it.

I’ve known many amazing women whose only problem was never believing in themselves.

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Even when other people were kind enough to try and prove to them how amazing they are, they wouldn’t listen because they were utterly convinced they’re failures.

You’re not a failure. If you don’t value yourself, you won’t value your life. And if you don’t value your life, you won’t do anything with it. It’s as simple as that.

Once you realize how wonderfully important you are, the game of life will change for you. I promise.

Everything that was a “no” will become a “yes.” Everyone who said you’re undeserving will bite their tongue. People believe what you tell them and even more what you show them.

Raise your head high and show the world who you are. You’re confident, you’re strong, you’re damn powerful, and no one can tell you otherwise.

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Because not only will you not have it, you simply don’t care what they have to say.

Trust me on this one, being amazing has a whole lot to do with how much you believe yourself to be important. 

Everything is important. Everyone is important. The way you go through life, touching other people’s hearts and letting them touch yours matters. 

Believing yourself to be invaluable and letting others treat you that way won’t get you anywhere in this story that has the potential to be wonderful, if you’d only let it.

Do not ask anyone to light your way. Find the spark in you and kindle it. You have what it takes.

Know your own worth and now just what you deserve, and by no means settle for anything less.

“There will always be someone who can’t see your worth. Don’t let it be you.” – Mel Robbins

There Will Always Be Someone Who Can’t See Your Worth, Don’t Let It Be You