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Welcome to Worthy Inside

Hi. My name is Mosab Alkhteb. And I believe that every single person has the right to feel worthy, confident, and secure. No matter what they’ve been through.

There’s nothing worse than spending your life feeling small, unimportant, worthless, or insecure about everything.

I built this site because I believe that you do have the ability to feel worthy, confident, and secure, regardless of your past.

It’s one of your rights to have a healthy self-esteem. Even in today’s world where it’s actually harder. And you have to fight to get that right.

If you’re willing to fight, I’m willing to be the person who believes in you long before you can believe in yourself. And because he believes in you, he puts in his 100% to help you.

I don’t take this mission lightly. That’s why I give the best piece of advice I can find. You’ll feel something different as you read through the articles. It’s not your typical advice of self-love and self-respect.

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About Mosab Alkhteb

Mosab Alkhteb is a writer. He is the author of The Art of Change, the founder of SelfChanging, a self-development blog that had helped hundreds of people before it went down at 2017, and the founder of WorthyInside where he currently writes about self-esteem and how to really build it.

Mosab loves reading and growing and improving as well as helping other people and seeing them overcome their own problems and improve and grow.

Mosab has been featured on many popular self-development sites such as Tiny Buddha and Pick The Brain, as well as being featured on many popular Medium publications and on the front page of Reddit a couple of times.

Now, he is a full time teacher, full time psychology-and-development- nerd, and a part time blogger and writer.

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