My simple and quick answer to that question is YES. What is self-worth though and how do we get to it? Well, that answer is complicated because it's a daily job. Self-worth comes into our lives by means of self-work.
This video explains ten (10) common traits of those with healthy self-worth and my own perspective in how I work daily to reach them.
Take Action Step:
Think Worthy Thoughts, Take Worthy Action: The Self-Worth Checklist
Eat healthy food
Politely decline invitations to events that you have no interest in attending
Minimize your alcohol intake
Get a massage
Write in a journal
State affirmations you yourself in the mirror
Be aware (and cut back on) how many time you say the words, "I'm sorry"
Ask for help
Listen to your favorite music
Treat yourself to something you love to do
Learn something new
Do something that takes you out of your comfort zone
Be confident in your own thoughts, feelings, and opinions
Practice the fine art of letting go
Make a goal to start implementing at least one of these nurturing action steps every week, if not every day.
Share with a friend or family member. Utilize the power in numbers and make your journey of self-worth a collaborative one with the people closest to you. The world needs more people operating closer to their fullest potential, and your commitment to improving your self-worth will certainly help with that.