Unworthy

Unworthy

A Story by Carol Cashes
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Not my words, but words I recognize as true

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Stop telling people that no one will love them until they love themselves.  Stop planting the idea in people's brains that they are unworthy of love because of their own struggle.

© 2017 Carol Cashes



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Carol Cashes
Not my words, but when I read them, I immediately recognized the real and honest truth.

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While I would never put it to someone in that way, I do believe that loving one's self is important and quite useful. If we walk around feeling like we're dirt, it will show. (Especially when hoping to find romance.) I'm no kind of expert, of course, just an introvert who suffered many years of low self-esteem.

Posted 2 Months Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Carol Cashes

1 Month Ago

*snort* It's a new beauty regimen I like to call candlelight!
Effector Prime

1 Month Ago

Hahahaha! The snort gets me clean. Good on ya'
Mirror

4 Weeks Ago

Ugh!!!! And you look handsome!!! I wish i was there to tell you I am in love with you in those years.. read more



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Yes. I have read of these words too. But right now, reading it on your wall, I have a true picture. Love is effortless and can be given by all even when we don't give ourselves. We just need to find the right people. Besides, who can stop suicide if it is not outside love telling the inside love to wake up. Not everyone love themselves enough to live. Sometimes they need others to tell them. So, "telling people that no one will love them until they love themselves..." is untruth.

Posted 4 Weeks Ago


To the nay-sayers, I dedicate a middle finger rampant.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Totally agree. It may be that they learn to love themselves through loving someone else.

Posted 1 Month Ago


i think the meaning is, "Learn to love yourself first"

When you learn to love yourself , warts and all then you learn an empathy with other people, you see the good and realize that no-one is perfect.
I would never say that no-one will love you if you don't love yourself ..that is absurd

Posted 1 Month Ago


Carol Cashes

1 Month Ago

I agree, but we are smart women, eh? The young tend to believe what they are told if they love and .. read more
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Stella Armour

1 Month Ago

hey do indeed, sometimes they have to..there is no choice but to get on with it. The young are very .. read more
Am only familiar with: You can't truly love someone else unless you first learn to love yourself. Do think this is true.
Agree with your assessment of the faulty philosophy cited in "Unworthy."
Excellent work, Carol!





Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

No one is unworthy it's just the perception of the society.

People will like / love you when they'll find positive vibes are with you. Whether they are going to admit or not that's another issue.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Carol Cashes

1 Month Ago

And some people never figure out what "love" is and mistake infatuation and lust for "love" all the .. read more
Very true
I agree
Well done

Posted 1 Month Ago


Carol Cashes

1 Month Ago

Wish I could take credit for these words, but I read them somewhere, and I immediately thought of al.. read more
Enough said!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Carol Cashes

1 Month Ago

Yaasssss!!!
Effector Prime

1 Month Ago

nailed it little miss : D hyuk hyuk!

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Carol Cashes
Carol Cashes

Biloxi, MS



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I'm very cynical, jaded, just this side of bitter and the only reason I haven't crossed that line is a good man loves me. I am extremely empathetic, but seldom sympathetic. I can be a ferociously lo.. more..

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