By Eileen Ramos
Felodesan (adj.): felonious against oneself. About actions that no one but you can injure you with.
It’s time to stop sabotaging ourselves and boost our self-esteem. Stop putting yourself down for things you did or didn’t do. It’s counterproductive and it will only derail you from your goals.
“I should’ve done it like this, how can I be so stupid.”
“Man I’m such a fool, no wonder I get it wrong all the time.”
“I don’t deserve to have anything great in my life.”
Only you can be so mean to yourself; no one else would be that cruel. Remind yourself of all the milestones you earned to get where you are now. Encourage yourself daily and don’t let the obstacles overwhelm you. Keep those dreams alive. You will get there someday, but not with that felodesan attitude.
Eileen Ramos is an enthusiastic introvert who has a fervor for words. She loves collecting them and seeing how they fit in, and expand, her world. She’s a writer by day, sleeper by night (well, sort of) and she can’t wait to see what title she earns next. For more information or to link with Eileen, check out her LinkedIn profile.