1 & 11 are the bestest.
1. That you are not the summation of your comparisons to other people. I think that many times, we have the tendency to see other people’s (usually feigned) happiness and success plastered across digital platforms and we somehow start to feel completely unaccomplished and inferior. In fact, research has proved this to be true.
2. In feeling substandard to the status updates and engagement photo shoots and accomplishments and smiling nights out, you are tapping into what each one of the people who incessantly needs to post and share these things is feeling too: the need for affirmation and a way to move past insecurity. This is important to realize about ourselves, but also for other people: the fact that what we’re seeking by announcing and posting on these public platforms is a sense of worth and social clout by the modern way of “likes” and “favorites.”
3. Internet presence…
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