Connect with those close to you, whether they are family or friends, to keep your perspective uplifted. MOST FAR, stay away from people or things that make you feel bad.
The truth is, someone you call a friend may actually make you feel bad, if they constantly make negative remarks, or criticize you. Even well-intended family members who weigh in with their opinions about what you “should” be doing can be destructive to your self-confidence.
You need to cultivate your own positive attitude, set your goals, and work towards achieving them. As much as possible, limit your contact with the naysayers while you build your self-confidence.
Who are the people in your life that really make you feel great?
Make a goal to spend more time with people who are supportive and uplifting. Happy weekend...and stay positive!