As a recreational athlete I'm not sure whether I'm more critical than others of how I look, but generally I feel my running form is a bit shite. I ran an event on the weekend & was tagged in a picture taken by one of the course photographers & I'm hard pressed to find something I don't like! Flattering angle perhaps? I know I'm not as lean as I was & that I have a wobbly belly & a bit of a muffin top - but that is me being critical of me. I am proud to say that this form is good. That I look lean & strong.
I guess what I am trying to say is that I don't see this when I look at myself most of the time. The same for my character I guess - always noting where I could have done more, been more, instead of acknowledging the kind & supportive things I say & do; noticing that I did go the extra mile for someone or something. It's something I need to work on.
What do you see when you look at yourself? Do you need to remind yourself that you are enough? I hope not, because you are.