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Maine Mendoza: ‘I used to be a girl with a poor self esteem, I actually think I still am’

Maine Mendoza: 'I used to be a girl with a poor self esteem, I actually think I still am'

Eat Bulaga Dabarkads Maine Mendoza took to Instagram on Sunday to share her sentiments about the people who thinks she has not proven anything yet for herself.

“I used to be a girl with a poor self esteem— I actually think I still am,” she said in her post along with a photo from her Bulaga Pa More, Dabarkads Pa More performance yesterday. She said that she grew up with a negative mindset, believing that she’s not good enough for anything.

“People may think “Wala pa namang nararating/napapatunayan yang Yaya nyo.” true enough, I guess. Pero para sa’kin, I’ve done so many things that I never thought I can do; things that I never imagined I am capable of doing. Everything that I am experiencing and doing right now is new to me,”, she added in response to criticisms being thrown at her.

She also thanked Eat Bulaga for helping her find the courage to get out of her comfort zone and make her say “I am proud of myself”.

I used to be a girl with a poor self esteem— I actually think I still am. I never believed in my capability of doing things; it could be just me being a pessimist about almost everything but the thing is, I never really believed in myself. Every time I am about to do something, the first thing that comes to my mind is “Hindi ko kaya yan.” (That’s the fighting spirit! *note sarcasm*) Though I am already used to it, it’s still sad to think that I grew up with a negative mindset. I grew up believing I am not good enough for anything. People may think “Wala pa namang nararating/napapatunayan yang Yaya nyo.” true enough, I guess. Pero para sa’kin, I’ve done so many things that I never thought I can do; things that I never imagined I am capable of doing. Everything that I am experiencing and doing right now is new to me. And I am proud to say that [finally] —because of Eat Bulaga— I am having the courage to step out of my comfort zone. I have waited so long for the moment where I’d be able to say “I am proud of myself”. Kung wala pa man akong napapatunayan sainyo, sa’kin marami-rami na.. at yun lang, sapat na. Sapat na din para masabi kong proud ako sa sarili ko. Way to go, Meng! ??

I used to be a girl with a poor self esteem— I actually think I still am. I never believed in my capability of doing things; it could be just me being a pessimist about almost everything but the thing is, I never really believed in myself. Every time I am about to do something, the first thing that comes to my mind is "Hindi ko kaya yan." (That's the fighting spirit! *note sarcasm*) Though I am already used to it, it's still sad to think that I grew up with a negative mindset. I grew up believing I am not good enough for anything. People may think "Wala pa namang nararating/napapatunayan yang Yaya nyo." true enough, I guess. Pero para sa'kin, I've done so many things that I never thought I can do; things that I never imagined I am capable of doing. Everything that I am experiencing and doing right now is new to me. And I am proud to say that [finally] —because of Eat Bulaga— I am having the courage to step out of my comfort zone. I have waited so long for the moment where I'd be able to say "I am proud of myself". Kung wala pa man akong napapatunayan sainyo, sa'kin marami-rami na.. at yun lang, sapat na. Sapat na din para masabi kong proud ako sa sarili ko. Way to go, Meng! ??

A photo posted by Maine Mendoza (@mainedcm) on

Could this Instagram post be her response to an article written by Alex Brosas on bandera.inquirer.net where he called Mendoza ‘assumera’ for making herself incognito during the Lifehouse concert in Manila last October 8?

Mendoza attended the concert in disguise, wearing heavy make-up and glasses probably to avoid causing commotion from fans who may recognize her during the concert or could have still been part of Eat Bulaga’s kalyeserye since they were also seen in disguise during one of the episodes.

However, looks like Brosas did not like the idea of Mendoza attending the concert in disguise as he wrote in the article: “Naku, Maine, ‘wag kang masyadong assumera. Hindi porke’t sikat ka na ay carry mo nang mag-feeling superstar.

Maine Mendoza: 'I used to be a girl with a poor self esteem, I actually think I still am'
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