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Self-Worth Lessons From “The Breakfast Club”

Do you know what kind of self-worth you have?

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Combative, comparative, and conditional types of self-worth are temporary and ego-based whereas constitutional self-worth isn’t dependent on any outside situation or person.




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Keri Mangis

Keri Mangis

Keri Mangis is a Transformation and Lifestyle Consultant, award-winning author, teacher, and speaker.

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