You put everyone else's needs above your own and are never at rest as a result. Remember, nonetheless, that your own requirements are crucial.
You should feel worthy of admiration and respect, too. Keep in mind how valuable you are. Otherwise, you'll succeed in making everyone else happy, except you.
You are the first to tell your loved ones that they are entitled to better treatment. You constantly seem to be preaching the gospel of spreading goodwill and compassion.
You have the right to speak out and ask for more. That's hardly an impolite thing to say. It's the price you have to pay sometimes to obtain what you're due.
Even if you try your hardest, you will never succeed. You always feel like you could have done more, no matter how hard you work or how successful you are.
Stop dwelling on how much more work there is to do and start celebrating your successes. Honestly, you're doing better than you give yourself credit for.
Feeling valued is an internal process; it is not dependent on external validation from others. The only person you should be trying to impress is yourself.
Compliment the person you see when you look in the mirror rather than waiting for others to do so. Learn to appreciate your own value.