Answering the question – “Am I enough?”

By March 7, 2017Uncategorized

I have this crazy belief….but I think there is a lot of truth to it.

Here it is:  I believe that every woman asks the question: “Am I enough?”.

Am I pretty enough?

Am I skinny enough?

Am I smart enough?

Am I good enough?

Am I capable enough?

Am I doing enough?

Am I strong enough?

Am I popular enough?….. on and on

We have all asked these at some point, and sadly, the answers aren’t always a yes!

We find ourselves constantly striving to be more.  Striving to be different.  Striving to be something that we may never be able to attain.

So why do we continue to strive to be ______ enough?

What I found personally, is that when I actually dove into my own personal struggles and my own “enough” questions, it caused some enormous breakthroughs in my life, my health, and my struggles!!  I started to see why I acted the way I do.  I started to see why I had the feelings I do.  I started to see what made me “tick” the way I do.

Wow.

A question I found that I was asking myself often was, “am I doing enough?”.  So, that explained why I spent my time striving and trying to do and do and be better and better.

I don’t know what your “enough” question may be, but I do know that we have to grasp onto this simple truth…that we are ONLY enough when we realize HE is what makes us enough!  God is our strength, our courage, our hope…He makes us enough!!

So, let’s depend on God to fill our  “enough” question,  and rest in that peaceful fact…because in HIM, we are more than enough!!!

In P31 Fitness, we help you to understand that question a bit more and see yourself as HE sees you!!

Watch this short video to learn more and join us!! https://youtu.be/x0x6DcmNFDE

 

 

One Comment

  • Deb Fields says:

    Thank you for this video. Since starting this program, I still struggle with this “AM I ENOUGH”. More often than not, I believe I’m not. Since having children my body hasn’t been the same. My oldest is now 21 and I have another child whose 17. So for the past 15+years I’ve run the gamit of exercise programs and diet plans to include supplements(that do nothing) except drain you of your resources$$$. Anyway, my husband’s focus has been placing physical appearance in the #1 spot over all else, which I’ve allowed to permeate my worth. Which has been for awhile very low. However, with this program and the amazing women I’ve met, that has changed my perspective. I may not feel it always, but now I’ve experienced a new hope in my life that can turn things around( not just) the physical aspect, but the wholeness I’ve been searching for. So I am truly blessed. Thank you. ❤

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