I am not people pleaser providing false flattery.
I have values and the courage to live by them.
I choose not to subordinate myself to the opinions or judgments of others.
I like to try new things and learn about myself and what I like.
I am trustworthy and honest.
I don't use avoidance and silence tactics to hide my intentions or true self.
I know and accept my weaknesses.
I talk about personal things with those I am close to.
I don't play political games and try to manipulate others.
I try not to brag about my self
Discuss this health aspect with others. Ask questions and get answers.
Private notes on 'authenticity'
The more we act authentically, the more likely we will be happy and experience subjective and psychological well-being. Authentic people have higher levels of life satisfaction. Couples who struggle with their own authenticity unconsciously conspire toward an inauthentic relationship.
Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.
Recommended How-To articles
-  Wood, Linley, Maltby, Baliousis, Joseph. (2008) The authentic personality: A theoretical and empirical conceptualization and the development of the Authenticity Scale. Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol 55(3), Jul 2008, 385-399. View
-  Abigail A. M. (2014)The Benefits of Being Yourself: An Examination of Authenticity, Uniqueness, and Well-Being. MAPP Capstone. Penn Libraries View
-  Boyraz, G., Waits, J.B., & Felix, V.A. (2014). Authenticity, life satisfaction, and distress: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 61(3), 498-505. View
-  Mel Schwartz L.C.S.W. (2012) Seeking Authenticity View