3 Tips for Handling Insecurity

  1. M says:

    SAME GIRL SAME. I love this post so much. Love that you’re being real, love that someone who seems to have it all together is struggling with some of the same things I am. Thank you for sharing, being real and vulnerable! I gotta go think of my own mantra now. 🙂

  2. Mrssugarfang says:

    WONDERFUL POST!!! Really hit the nail on the head with so many key points of causes and also how to work on it. Thank you so much for posting and sharing this wi th us

  3. Cassy Willis says:

    Thank you for sharing! I often compare myself to others without even realizing it and if I’m not careful it can affect my whole day! Some days if I find myself in a bad mood and overwhelmed I won’t look through Instagram because it does more harm than good to my attitude. Also reading a devotional on the Bible app focused on confidence and who I am in Christ really helps me. I often push myself too hard and get mad when I don’t accomplish all that I think I should but reminding myself I have a place in Gods kingdom just the way I am comforts me!

  4. Brittany says:

    Standing O for you & this post!! Thank you for sharing it with us & I’m definitely going to try your suggestions because they sound so uplifting for the soul! I also suggest unfollowing anyone who doesn’t inspire you or make you feel positive in some way. I realized certain bloggers’ (or any people) pages just made me feel really bad about myself. Mostly because I felt inadequate compared to them – and this was NO fault of their own! They are all beautiful people who mean well and want to share and spread their love with others, but for some reason it just wasn’t having that effect on me. I did a huge social media purge and it feels SO GOOD. I highly suggest it. I love knowing that my feed is only going to make me smile, regardless of the mood I’m in 🙂

  5. Mary says:

    This is so real, and why I love following you so much!!! I have a 16 month old and with that come insecurities. I have insecurities about the type of mom I am. I also have tons of insecurities about my post baby bod (I know it won’t ever be like it was before) and I see all the bloggers who have babies and *snap* just like that they have their bodies back. It’s so dang frustrating!!! I have been following Tone It Up and Katrina helps a lot with post baby bod insecurities and mom insecurities while we are at it!!b

  6. Mollie says:

    Thank you for such a vulnerable post! This is what I love about following you! So real, authentic, and relatable! We all struggle one way or another. I will be implementing these to combat my insecurities.

  7. Leah says:

    Amazing post ! You have such a beautiful heart. I would say my biggest helper with insecurity is repeating to myself that we all have our own timeline – and you wouldn’t want it any other way. If someone accomplished something before you do, that’s their timeline and none of your business. Easier said than done but once I truly started believing that, everything seemed to make a lot more sense.








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