‘Blue Bloods’ Star Donnie Wahlberg Posts Inspirational Message About Knowing ‘You Are Enough’

by Katie Maloney
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Donnie Wahlberg never misses a chance to make us smile. And he’s at it again with his latest post. He recently shared an inspirational message reminding all of us to know our worth.

He wrote, “When you feel good about yourself, believe in yourself and know that you are enough — that’s true. When you feel bad about yourself, doubt yourself and think that you aren’t enough — that’s false. #Belive in you. #Love you.”

How Do Fans Feel About His Advice?

Fans are already finding Donnie Wahlberg’s post helpful. One fan wrote, “How do you always manage to know when I need to hear something like this??? Riding out an anxiety attack today and feeling super down on myself. Thank you for this.”

Another fan replied, “I’ve started to #believe in myself so much more in the last two years…it’s fantastic. Sometimes you just need someone else like you to shine a light on it.”

Even a school teacher celebrated Wahlberg’s “wisdom.” They wrote, “I was just talking to our counselor about how our students are going to need a ton of self assurance and positivity next school year. Adding it to my Wahlberg Wall of wisdom by my door in August.”

Donnie Wahlberg Is a Good Guy in Real Life

Donnie Wahlberg doesn’t just play a good guy on “Blue Bloods.” He really seems like a great guy in real life too. In 2020, he left multiple servers a $2,020 tip. He’s a father to two sons from his previous marriage. And he’s a step-dad to his wife, Jenny McCarthy‘s son. Wahlberg even agreed to go to couple’s therapy with McCarthy shortly after they started dating. Now, that’s a good guy!

During a recent interview, McCarthy shared why it was important to her to go to therapy with Donnie Wahlberg before they even had a fight.

“I loved him so much as soon as I met him, I was like, ‘How do I not mess this up?’ I’m going to ask him, before we even have our first fight, if we can go to therapy together,” she said. “He might think I’m crazy, but I want to be able to figure out some tools and discover how we both fight. Do both of us shut down if we’re mad at each other, or does one need to communicate?”

Obviously, the therapy worked because the two have been married for almost seven years.

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