How to Increase Your Self-Confidence & Trust in Yourself
Emmaly Beck

Yes, I am guilty of being committed to comfort. I guess it’s too scary to try and go beyond that. One is more conscious of not making a fool of themselves, or coming out with half thought comments or naive statements. So you withdraw deeper into yourself and remain. You are not an imposition to others or yourself.

The weird thing is that I’ve had loads of experiences; lived in numerous cities and several countries and yet, my self-confidence refuses to release its self. I agree, though, that writing everyday or as often as I can, is sort of, cathartic. When I write, I’m temporary lost in it and that whatever other problems I have, don’t seem to matter.

However, I love what you say, as it is so common-sense and incredibly wise. Many thanks and blessings to you.