I should agree, so they won’t think I’m stupid. (Even though I’ve got a different point of view.) I should go to that party, so they won’t get mad at me. (Even though I don’t like to hang out with them.) I should go to that event, because everybody’s going. (Even though I’d […]
JK Rowling wrote her books. Oprah created her television shows. Lady Gaga wore her crazy outfit again. Sure, that’s easy – you might say. They have millions of raving fans. They have nothing to worry about. But the thing is – it’s as hard for them as it is for us. They’ve had […]
Sometimes we think we need to agree with them. Have the same opinion. Appreciate the same things. Dislike the same stuff. Because we believe that they’ll stop liking us if we don’t. Because we believe that they’ll think less of us. Because we believe that they’ll think we’re not as smart, as interesting, […]
A perfectionist believes she’s only loveable and worthy when she’s seamlessly fitting in and flawlessly perfect. An imperfectionist knows that she’s loveable and worthy when she shows up as her genuine self. And that makes fitting in and flawless perfection not needed, unwanted, impossible, irrelevant. What are you choosing to believe? […]
I love it when I hear something that makes me stop and think. I love it when I read something that makes me reflect and ponder. The difference between fitting in and belonging is that fitting in requires you to become who others want you to be; belonging is bringing your whole self and being […]
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