So far in this self-acceptance module, you’ve learned strategies that can help you accept yourself as you forgive yourself for past mistakes, leave your inner critic behind, and break free from crippling self-doubts.
These negative situations, though, may have left their mark on your self-image.
Your self-image is your perception of yourself. You might think of yourself as intelligent, lazy, bad with money, likeable, and eccentric.
Your beliefs about yourself can be liberating or constricting.
Your self-image can influence your decisions and limit your ability to succeed. For example, if you believe that you’re bad at speaking with strangers, you may avoid social situations that include people you don’t know.
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