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One of the greatest challenges we face in our lifetimes is becoming comfortable in our own skin.
A person who is secure with himself is much more likely to achieve success, have meaningful relationships, and be respected by others.
A person who is insecure finds difficulty in many aspects of life.
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When they are around others, they draw energy from those around them to fill their void.
Here are some common signs that indicate insecurity: Insecure people tend to be very sensitive to critique and respond with defensiveness.
They’re comfortable enough to be themselves, even if other people don’t like it. The unfortunate consequence is the annoyance of everyone around them, who secretly look for an escape.
A secure person can tolerate, and often enjoys silence.
While a sense of humor is almost necessary for emotional health, the excessive joker doesn’t seem to know the limits of appropriateness.
(Think Michael Scott on “The Office.”) It feels good when everyone laughs at your joke, and an insecure person craves this sort of attention.
Just as food provides nourishment for our bodies, emotional energy nourishes our souls; giving us confidence and security.