Also, if you feel those feelings of inferiority coming up regardless, another tip is that you could remind yourself that even if they were the smartest & most competent person on the planet, compared to what we know about everything in reality, there's basically just as equally infinite of an amount of ways to which they lack knowledge relative to you. So based on the complexity of the universe, we are all very similar in terms of our limitations. Which is a thought that can help us not have such strong false thoughts of innate inferiority, innate incompetency, etc.
Also, though I don't care for the content of his other videos much anymore, this video has helped me a lot! I used it as a self-affirmation video. I'd also ask myself the same questions he proposed when feelings of not being good enough started to pop up. It really helped me change my perspective by questioning my beliefs which made it easier to alter my values. It made me bring up the requirements for what I deemed as worthy enough to affect my perception of myself. Because I think the goal shouldn't be bring up the self-esteem more than it should be to think about it in terms of bringing up self-acceptance:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEVuvBk5X0w&t=475s
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Single mother yes. Overweight no.
Anthropologically speaking, matriarchal or female led societies, are necessarily primitive. Meanwhile, due to rampant anti male legislation and women filing 80-90% of divorces; marriage, cohabitation, sex and childbirth rates are at all time lows. Only your father can fix this, but even then, you'll be hard pressed to find a man. 🦒🍆🇺🇸🎲
From that statement, you seem triggered by the fact that 80-90% of women initiate getting devorced.