A message to anyone who has ever wondered if they’re “good enough”
Hello, my name is Linda Bjork. I’m the founder and executive director of Hope for Healing, and I have a personal message for anyone who has ever wondered if they’re good enough, or felt like they’re not good enough.
I get it. I understand how that feels.
I spent the majority of my life believing that I was unworthy and undeserving of love. I knew that there was love in the world, but I thought it was for those who were worthy of that love, and I simply wasn’t one of those lucky enough to have fate smile upon them.
What can make a person feel like they’re “not good enough?”
Why did I believe this? Mostly it was because of events in my early years that I interpreted and misinterpreted. I was six years old when I made the conclusion that I wasn’t worthy and deserving of love; and that belief system would remain with me, and define my world, for the next forty years.
How did this belief system affect me? My self-esteem was basically at zero. It’s interesting that after deciding that I wasn’t good enough, no amount of success or accomplishment could convince my mind that I was enough. The decision had already been made. Period. It didn’t matter that I performed at Disneyland with my choir, or performed onstage in dance performances, and in musicals. It didn’t matter when I received trophies for debate competitions. It didn’t matter that I graduated at the top of my class, and spoke at graduation. It didn’t matter that I received a four-year, full tuition scholarship. It didn’t matter when I graduated college with honors. It didn’t matter when I served in community and church leadership positions. It didn’t matter that I had a wonderful husband, and raised a beautiful family. It didn’t matter what I did, because I already had decided that I wasn’t good enough when I was six years old, and that belief system remained solidly in place. I wasn’t consciously aware of what I was doing, but those underlying beliefs ruled my world.
Discovering the reasons and learning what to do about it
Later, I sought help from a mentor who helped me uncover the reasons why I felt the way that I did. We found the source, and I realized that my reasons for deciding that I was unworthy and undeserving of love were not valid.
However, just knowing the truth wasn’t enough to change a lifetime of habits and beliefs. I was like a recovering addict who wanted to keep going back to what was familiar. It seems so strange to want to go back, but there is a feeling of safety in familiarity. The unknown can be scary, but now that I’m breaking free from a lifetime of addiction to unhealthy and untrue beliefs, my life is so much better.
I know there are others out there who, like me, have wondered if they are good enough. I invite you to break free from these worries and false beliefs through a free video series “Heal your life from the inside out.”
You’ll learn how to love and accept yourself exactly as you are today. You’ll learn how to eliminate negative self talk. You’ll learn how to reprogram your subconscious to get rid of self limiting beliefs. You’ll enjoy more success in your life as you stamp out self sabotage. You’ll learn how to release the past so you can live a glorious future. Invest in yourself because you are worth it!
There are 15 videos. Each lesson is only 3-15 minutes long. Start today!
You Are Good Enough
And I can prove it!
If you’ve ever wondered if you’re good enough, I have good news for you. The answer is “YES,” and I can prove it.
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