I saw the first time 'worth' acting as a predicate adjective here:
I do it because it makes me happy. And I now know that I deserve happiness. I deserve love, rest and time for myself. Because I am worth.
I must have repeated “I am worth” a million times.
And this comment:
So you told people you needed to take care of yourself and you repeatedly told yourself, "I am worth"? It seems so simple. Do you feel like the problem is entirely gone?
I know what it means, but thought the use is kind of aberrant.
Is 'I am worth' or 'you are worth' idiomatic? Is 'you are worth what you have' equivalent to 'you are worth'? Do the two worth's behave the same grammatically?