1. Listen to yourself.
Apart from the attitude with which you treat yourself, this is the most important thing you can do for yourself. You need to learn to listen to yourself, to your own inner yes and no, which will come with often a quite particular physical response that you may have stopped listening to long ago and no longer recognise. Start learning to recognise that feeling by beginning with what you know you want in small things, and start experimenting making decisions on what feels right to you. The only way to start trusting yourself is to start listening to yourself.
2. What is one thing you could do right now?
What is the one thing you could do right now that would have the greatest possible impact on feeling good about yourself and your life? Keep asking yourself this question until you know what it is. Then do it. Every day.
3. Work with Resistance.
The resistance you feel to doing any of these things, to doing any of the exercises, to doing the things you know would change your life, is an ancient survival mechanism, trying to keep you safe from perceived harm. This is how your brain works. You can manage this by taking small, regular steps, which lowers both anxiety and resistance. Even smaller steps. Even very small steps still lead to change.