Your false self will always have...
You were born a True Self, fully worthy and whole and enough--this is your originality, and it's really good news!
Along the way, others have transmitted their pain, insecurities, and a little bit of their unlived life upon you.
Don't hate them for it, it's all part of original sin.
Unfortunately, these experiences unconsciously became the new reference point for your worth, and your false identity was formed.
Since the false self was formed by experiences outside of itself, it is inherently unstable and insecure and leverages control to balance its lack of foundational safety.
The fragility of your false nature predictably manifests as low self-esteem and a poor self-image, self-doubt, self-criticism, judgmentalism, people-pleasing, perfectionism, procrastination, tardiness, demotivation, inconsistent effort, shaming and blaming others, scapegoating, reactivity, defensiveness, absence, betrayal, abandonment and just about every other protective behavior you can imagine.
The false self will ALWAYS have false problems!
Please don't mistake the false self as your bad self...its simply not your True Self.
In fact, every time you fall into false alignment, that is your opportunity to re-choose your True being; said another way, your false self is a gateway to your True Self. Though the abundant mind is the only mind capable of understanding this.
No one lives inside of their True Self 24 hours a day, and that's OK, life is a dance between your false self and True Self and being True has nothing to do with being perfect.
The biggest challenges people face are when they believe the false self is all that there is.
"Everyone of us is shadowed by an illusory person: a false self. We are not very good at recognizing illusions, least the ones we cherish about ourselves." Thomas Merton