How to be yourself when everyone objectifies

Published Categorized as Lifestyle

Proving we are better than others is just a power trip. I have met many people in my past experiences who felt the need to justify they were better and bigger than the rest of the world. I cringe at this thought but on the other hand, I see right through those people. They hide the truth about themselves and feel the need to flatter their own ego.

When we suffer in silence, we do not take compliments very well and it isn’t until someone says something that we realize, it is an uncomfortable feeling. Why do we feel this way? Personally speaking, I don’t need to be told that I am good at things, the problem lies with knowing I am. Confidence plays such a big part in this and because I have certain skills I excel in doesn’t mean I have to go around bragging about it.

We all want to succeed in this crazy thing called life but it is with continuous perseverance and understanding that we will continue to grow for our own well-being. That’s why I created a new line of journal notebooks for those who feel less confident. Check it out and tell me what you think.

Being different, and identifying with a certain human condition is one of the hardest things you will ever experience and I am here to tell you that it is with patience you will find a way to make it comfortable for you, not others.

Listen to me telling you all this when I myself know I am not happy in my own skin but the message is about expression, knowing you aren’t alone and knowing that if you feel the urge to let it all out, give it a go. I try every day different ideas because I know one day, I will land on something that makes it big for me and then I can live the life I truly want and deserve.

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