Nancy Roman

Tag Archives: self-worth

Coping With My Insecurities

I wrote last week about my pathological sweet need to be liked. (Validation). I have thought about it a lot since. I’ve decided to take some very small baby steps towards coping with my insecurities. For me – (and it could be different for you, but perhaps there is some universal truth here) – I …

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Raindrops Keep Falling On Your Head

There’s an old joke my father used to tell.  A guy goes to the doctor and lifts his left arm over his head and says, “It hurts when I do this.”  The doctor replies: “Don’t do that.” I thought of this today as I was making coffee this morning. I cannot understand why someone hasn’t …

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Five Things You Deserve

Summertime – which also means time for a summer re-run. Here’s a post from three years ago – something I originally wrote for the Huffington Post. ***   FIVE THINGS YOU DESERVE NOW   Years ago, when I was single – I’d say young and carefree, except I wasn’t quite that young, and I’m not …

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