You are worthy. Simply because you exist.
By definition, the fact that you are alive, that you breathe the air, that you walk this earth, is enough reason to justify your worthiness.
There are no conditions on this.
No “I can only be worthy if everyone likes me”
No “I can only be worthy if I please everyone in my life”
No “I can only be worthy if I work myself to the bone”
No “I can only be worthy if I take care of as many people as I can”
No “I can only be worthy if I do favours for other people”
No “I can only be worthy if …..” (insert any other idea your brain gives you)
When we put conditions on the way we love ourselves, we restrict so many things in our lives. You end up doing everything you can to please other people or working so many hours you never get time to yourself. Or taking care of everyone except yourself. Or doing things for other people to the extent that you never get time to do the things you enjoy. (Insert any other condition your brain conveniently provides).
Those conditions come about for a variety of reasons. Most of the time we receive certain messages and our beliefs about ourselves are formed by listening to them. They can be subtle or they can be said outright. We hear and interpret the words and we learn to say them to ourselves. We believe them.
Here are a couple of facts:
Those messages are always untrue. The words we use sound true. The emotions attached to the words feel true. However, they always lie. Always.
There is no justification.
The truth is indisputable.
You are worthy of being taken care of.
Simply because you are alive. Simply because you were born.