I think some self doubt is reasonable. The people who never doubt themselves tend to be pretty rigid and awful.
Good luck with that, sir. I talked to my elderly in-laws recently and sadly, the self doubt only gets worse with years of reflection and regret packed and mixed within the mud bath of hindsight we all enjoy wallowing and routing in every so often. If only we can learn from our elder generations and follow your advice of reflecting while also appreciating the lives we've built around ourselves.
I'm still trying to figure out how to stop doubting myself. If anyone figures it out, let me know. Okay?
I have always been a "doubter" about myself. And yes, at 61 years old it is something I need to OUTGROW. but I doubt I will (tee,hee)
Why? Would you cut off a finger because it had arthritis? Would I cut off my big ears because they catch too much wind when I ride my bike? Love yourself. Even the bits you don't like. Then your doubt will fade perhaps. Or you could work on building your faith to balance the scale a little.This would be a good time for an Easter analogy.
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