When it comes to determining how you act in interpersonal and romantic relationships, it’s incredibly important to show self-awareness and understand your most natural motives and behaviors.
When you imagine an angry person, I’d be the last person you’d think of.
You feel tremendously guilty if you believe that you’ve hurt anyone in any way.
I can guarantee you that you’re not exactly where you thought you’d be. Or where you thought you should be by now.
You don’t have to meet society’s beauty standards, have a degree from an elite school, reach a high level of expertise, be aggressively competitive, or come from a prestigious background to be likable.
They subconsciously believe that society is not in their favor and is always working against them—this is a victimized belief.
I’ve gotten to the point where I’m so fed up with ruminating over everything that has hurt me in the past and made me feel inferior to literally everyone I know. Because in my ideal life, I shouldn’t even care to meet standards that aren’t even my own.
The Maker: Your no-nonsense manner, combined with your solid work ethic and loyalty, makes you a girl who’s difficult to mess with.
To everything that never worked out, thank you.
You don’t feel valued for who you really are.