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An age-old fable that teaches self-esteem

I love the fable. It sure is good to know that perhaps I have not gone to the jeweler yet. Even better is Dr. Martina’s thought on this that always relying on another person, notwithstanding the expertise, to tell us our worth isn’t so good. Isn’t it best that we be our own jewelers?

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2 thoughts on “An age-old fable that teaches self-esteem

  1. It’s all about not mistreating oneself in our opinion. Low self esteem leads potentially to other non desirable situations such as jealousy, malice etc…But on the other hand, how can we “teach” people to accept ‘failures’ or ‘rejections’ while not impacting the mental state?

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