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Feeling underestimated

Feeling underestimated

Many of us can feel underestimated. You're excellent at work, but you may not be paid your worth, or your potential is not acknowledged. Your parents can't believe you made the dean's List. Some of your friends are surprised when you meet someone great.

These messages can be painful. When people underestimate us, they hold negative assumptions that can make us question our own abilities.

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