Self-esteem Challenge: Day 20

This blog challenge was developed by betterthandarkchocolate.tumblr.com. If you missed the introduction or want to see a summary of all the questions, go here.

Day 20:
If you finish this challenge and still feel that your confidence is low, would you be willing to do it again? Why or why not?
Has your self esteem improved with doing this challenge? If so, how?

I would be willing to do the challenge again, but not right away. Maybe after a few years. I don’t think I would answer any of the questions differently unless I changed and I need time to make changes.

I don’t know if my self-esteem has improved with doing this challenge. It has forced me to look at myself and my accomplishments in more detail. I’ve had to write about and recognize good things about me and good things that I have done. That’s good and remembering that I have done some things right is good, but this good feeling isn’t a sustainable one. I just said “good” five times, haha. Eventually, this challenge will end and I wont be prompted to think about the good things everyday. I’ll start thinking about the present and what is ahead of me again. This makes me feel anxious and inadequate. It’s always said that you shouldn’t live in the past, but maybe it would be a good idea to remember the good things once and a while. If I did something right once, then I should be able to do it again…right?

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Hayley
    Jul 30, 2014 @ 08:43:39

    I feel the same way, the challenge has made me remember good things but I don’t know if its improved my self esteem. Its been fun though =)

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  2. Green Embers
    Jul 30, 2014 @ 10:33:49

    Absolutely you can do it again. 🙂

    This sounds like you went through some good learning experiences. Maybe you could find a different project that helps work on different things to bring about the changes you are looking for? Just a thought. 🙂

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