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It's anything but difficult to trust you don't fit in, this happens when you have low self-esteem. Maybe you feel distinctive to other people and think you must be like others to fit in. You may over-emphasize your shortcomings, contrast yourself with others, or expect a lot from yourself. Maybe you were rejected, harassed or reprimanded in the past, or you may feel constrained to be like others.


On the other hand, there may be something else that makes you emerge, or you are new and experience difficulty settling in. The chances are that your considerations about yourself are negative. Regardless, it’s critical to understand that you do have a place, much the same as others. You can enhance your self-esteem when you stop believing that you don't fit in.

Here are few steps that you should follow to kill your disbeliefs that you are doubting yourself.

Step 1: Understand That Your Thoughts and Emotions Are Not Fact

Your thoughts and emotions are your own one-sided discernments. Simply, you trust you don't fit in, but that does not mean it is true.

Step 2: Understand That Every Person Is Different

No two individuals can be the same, and that is something to be thankful for. Envision a world of clones, it just wouldn't work. Each of us has own qualities and that is one of the reasons we complement one another in the best possible ways. We all fit at some place, much the same as the unique pieces in a riddle.

Step 3: Hold Your Individuality

Your disparities are what make you uncommon. Indeed, even your apparent weaknesses may be your best qualities. Say, for instance, a few individuals rouse others by the way they handle their difficulties. So, look for the positive points in your uniqueness and view yourself as a package of your qualities and shortcomings together.

Step 4: Search for Inspirational Good Examples

There are a number of individuals who made some effects to this world. All happened due to their different nature or unique thinking. Consider those inspirational individuals ever, performers and specialists. The best ones are the individuals who were opposite to the crowd.

Step 5: Realize Where You Fit In

There may be times when you end up in a situation where you truly don't fit in and it has nothing to do with low self-esteem. Understand that it is only one situation that is not for you and you will fit in some other different circumstances. No one can be the right resource for everywhere. It's essential to realize that you don't need to fit in every slot. Stop generalising it too much, and keep it particular.

Time for a larger picture:


The important message we want to deliver in this write-up is that it is never too late to start believing in yourself. And do it the earliest, so that your next generations never face the childhood violence effects in early age. If you are confident enough to face the world, your children would be much more confident and smarter than you are.

In case of any suggestions or queries, feel free to comment in the section.

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