Letter To The Worthless
Start writing a post

Letter To The Worthless

Letter to the one who doesn't see their worth.

Letter To The Worthless
Photo by Kyle Broad on Unsplash

Dear person who believes they are useless, worthless, and purposeless,

I have never heard a bigger lie. You are so insanely worth it! YOU.ARE.WORTH.IT! I cannot stress enough how worth it you truly are. You have so much worth it is insane! I know you do not see it, but everyone around you can feel it radiating off of you. Your worth has worth and is worth so much. You have such a great purpose and make this world a better place. You are important, you are special, you are worth it. You deserve to see in you what others see in you. You deserve happiness, joy, and contentment. You deserve self-love.

You are so valuable and worth so much. You have so much to offer and so much to give to this world and those around you. Stop settling for standards you are too good for and start striving towards standards that are good enough for you. Instead of talking down to yourself, talk encouragement. Instead of talking negativity to yourself, talk positivity. Instead of pointing out your flaws, point out your strengths. Be good to yourself. You are your closest enemy and closest friend; use that to your advantage and find your worth. Instead of searching for your worth only on your good days, search for it on your bad days too; the bad days are when it is most important to know and see your worth. It is easy to be good to yourself on a good day, but on a bad day it is much more difficult. Open up your eyes to see the true beauty inside and to see the worth that has been there the whole time.

I challenge everyone reading this to write positive affirmations about themselves on paper and leave them in places you will see them the most; your mirror, your car, your phone, your wallet, your desk at work, anywhere where you will see them constantly. This will make such a difference; the constant positivity will give you positive thoughts.

I hope that this letter helped and gave you some hope. Never forget all the worth you have and how amazing it is. You are a blessing!



Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Melisa Im

My Ethnicity

Hispanic is not a race... it’s an ethnicity. The term Hispanic describes a group of people whose common thread is language and/or culture. I’m a Hispanic woman born in Argentina to Korean parents. I self-identify as Hispanic/Latina and my personal experiences can’t be summarized by the color of my skin or the languages on my tongue. That is because every single person in the universe has a unique experience. Whether someone labels me as Korean or Argentine or American, that will never change my experiences as a Spanish speaker, immigrant, child of divorced parents, Californian, college graduate (Go Bears!), omnivore, writer, or any other label I choose for myself.

Keep Reading... Show less

When In Nashville

Here's some things you could do.

Kaitlyn Wells

I have had the opportunity to visit so many places in my lifetime, and recently one of those places was Nashville, Tennessee. There is so much to do and see in Nashville but here are some of my favorites that I would highly recommend.

Keep Reading... Show less
Your Work Week As Told By Michael Scott And Stanley Hudson

"The Office" is basically the best American TV show created in the past 15 years (you can fight me on this). And through all its hilarity and cringe-worthy "that would never happen in real life" moments, the show really does have a lot of relatable themes, as can be seen by the little compilation I put together of Michael Scott and Stanley Hudson.

Keep Reading... Show less
October Is Overrated, Let's Just Accept This Fact

I have never liked the month of October. I like the fall weather and the beginning of wearing sweaters in the crisp fall air, but I never associated this with the month of October.

Keep Reading... Show less

The Plight Of Being Bigger Than A D-Cup

"Big boobs are like puppies: they're fun to look at and play with, but once they're yours, you realize they're a lot of responsibility." - Katie Frankhart, Her Campus


This probably sounds like the most self-absorbed, egotistical, and frankly downright irritating white-girl problem... but there's more to this I promise.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments