Are you confident in yourself? Let me break this down a bit. We can be confident in our work, confident as a parent, friend, adult child, you name it. Though we all have flaws and weaknesses, every single one of us. Even the superheros and super-heroines have their weak spots.
I talk about true confidence often. This is the ability to recognize our flaws and faults and not run from them, lie about them, or pretend they don't exist to others. True confidence is the ability to not throw the flaws of others in their faces, so we look better. It is not arrogance!
Actual confidence is being compassionate, kind and respectful towards others, yet at the same time, to set healthy boundaries for yourself. It is not being a door mat or disrespecting yourself; hell no!
In what areas do you fake your confidence? Is it with your work skills, your sexual confidence or lack there of? Does your financial situation destroy confidence? What about a body image, physical appearance, or your partner acts like she or he isn't turned on by you?
Be honest with yourself, then look at what things are in your control to change and evolve. Here's a little exercise for you to work on as well. ;)
For 30 seconds, write down everything that is right about you!