How To Feel True Self Worth | Podcast 0436

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In this podcast Joel and Antonia talk about feeling an honest sense of self worth in your life.

 

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In this podcast you’ll find:

  • What are some factors that may influence how you see yourself?
    • How has broader social and historical contexts affected this?
    • When is it our responsibility to help others carry their burden?
  • The importance of knowing where you are on your timeline.
  • Why is it meaningful to distinguish between the various slices of the self?
    • What is the difference between self trust and self confidence?
  • What is an essential part of developing self trust, confidence, worth or esteem?
    • Can claiming something about oneself make it true?
    • What actually creates self esteem and self worth? 
    • What should you take into consideration when evaluating your life?
    • How do you figure out what you think your worth is?
  • How does how we treat others play into our development of self esteem?
  • What is Antonia’s framework for looking at self esteem and self worth?
    • Antonia shares her journal prompts for reflecting on this.
  • What do you do if your self confidence is low?
  • How do you build self trust and self worth?
    • Antonia shares her current experience with self trust.
  • Joel shares his experience growing up – and a powerful reframe he had.
  • What is an empowering message you can take away with you from the podcast?
  • Why is it so difficult to truly look at where you are at in life?

 

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  • Jonathan
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    Hello! I’ll only address the initial reference to the scripture story told in the beginning of the show.

    Let me reference the scripture here:
    “If anyone is caught in any transgression, you who are spiritual should restore him in a spirit of gentleness. Keep watch on yourself, lest you too be tempted. Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. For if anyone thinks he is something, when he is nothing, he deceives himself. But let each one test his own work, and then his reason to boast will be in himself alone and not in his neighbor. For each will have to bear his own load.” Galatians 6

    I believe that the question asked was, “should be carry another’s burdens, or our own load?” I would like to talk about how one can live reaching both of those goals.

    First, reference what is the law of Christ, which I believe can be referenced in the gospel of Matthew:
    “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
    Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

    The burden of Christ is to give another rest. This is the load he must carry. But not all others, but those that approach him. Saving the world (a recipe for burnout) is not the job, but rather to give to those who demonstrate vulnerability and humility to ask. In other words, it’s not being a doormat that the world may wipe their feet without consideration to the burden bearer. Rather it’s a coming along side with another – one burden at time – with the intended goal for each to eventually carry their own load.

    The party having their load carried shouldn’t boast in a vain and sudden shift in energy, but rather identify their neighbor’s participation. The goal should be to carry your own load. But this scripture reminds us that complications occur during a journey and you should be prepared to shoulder each other’s loads at times to keep moving along the path of life.

    By shouldering another’s burden, you grant them rest. However, to provide rest, one must be rested. This can be exemplified where Christ withdrew from crowds who were clearly in need, in order to provide rest for himself. Shouldering burdens was never the goal, but rather a law put into place in order for the journey of life to continue with each other as the neighbor. Better to walk slowly with another than to press forward alone.

    It is a proud moment to carry your own load. But this law really comes as a refreshing moment when you happen to be the one in need. A humble and gentle friend walks quietly alongside, shouldering another’s burden with the intention of keeping them valued in community even during their moment of need.

    Keep up the valued podcasts and talks!

  • Caty
    Reply

    I LOVE YOU TWO! What an empowering podcast for someone in their mid 20s.

    I love this idea of seeing borrowed esteem and true self worth as two opposite ends of a spectrum

    This podcast is so powerful; thank you!

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