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Self-Doubt into Self-Believe  

BiSussi 62F
728 posts
7/23/2021 8:11 am

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9/28/2021 4:33 pm

Self-Doubt into Self-Believe

Have you ever doubted yourself? When I was a , self-doubt was the center of my life. My school grades were not the best, dad gave me the feeling, he would have had rather a boy and when a girl, got be the smartest, the prettiest, the most admired one. When we played “cotton-candy” they boys always preferred the girls with a bush, which I didn’t have yet. Even at the doctor games or any other game, I was not first choice.

When I was about , my favorite uncle took me camping for a weekend and while staring at the camp fire, I broke down; I finally shared with someone how I felt. He held me in his arms, whipped away my tears, wash gentle, caring and started to take away my self-doubt, layer by layer. He made me understand how my father felt, that school grads can be improved by studying rather than playing with the other in the park or woods. is nothing wrong not be the most desired girl in the group.

I felt wonderful on the way home, looking at my dad different and understanding his wishes and taking time study rather than playing all the time made me feel much better. About once a month, my uncle would make time for a weekend or day, practice with me more and it was always wonderful, very special. It didn’t take long and self-doubt was a thing of the past. I believed in myself, a test in school did not turn me into a sweaty pumpkin and I became to be known as the best cotton-candy maker in our neighborhood.

Have you had a mentor in your life?

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BiSussi 62F
1405 posts
7/23/2021 8:12 am

Where you as lucky as I am or do you know of anyone who had a wonderful uncle or aunt like me?

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author51 59F  
130010 posts
7/23/2021 12:28 pm

My Dad was my mentor because I could never live up to my Mom's expectations or do anything right by her.. learned what it took to be self confident through my Dad and being able to think with my mind, work hard, be anything I wanted to be and also learned how to be self sufficient like wood working, basic plumbing and electrical.How to maintain a car.We fished, played golf and baseball and he was my biggest fan in life. Great post and glad you had your Uncle to help you as well...xoxo

citizen4722 64M  
74582 posts
7/23/2021 1:25 pm

My dad passed away when I was 14 years old. I would have loved for him to have been my mentor as I grew older. It was a difficult time for me.

Leegs2012 49M
96134 posts
7/25/2021 10:41 am

Nice post!! My dad and uncle were both great people. Both had insight on different topics. Very educational!!

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