Not that long ago, I believed that I wasn’t worthy of investing into. I didn’t consciously think that but my behaviour and choices reflected this belief. It was a real oxymoron paradigm for me. On one hand, I rarely chose to invest into myself but on the other hand I must have believed that I was so unique and capable that I didn’t need to. I must have believed that I could grow and function, love and give without ever refilling my own tank – which I can’t. This led to me being disappointed with the state of my relationships and not achieving the results in life that I wanted.