It takes dedication to “self-concepts” (self-confidence, self-love, etc.) to reach optimum satisfaction in life. Maybe you don’t have the gall to stand up for what you know or like. You’re comfortable in your shyness. You may like being a dependent and know you are needy. You may like being someone’s punching bag. You may enjoy shedding tears. You may like hearing yourself speak and know you are a whiner. You may admire the way another person stands up for themselves. You may think having looks is more attractive than brains. You may think having pockets full of money will buy you a new image.
Sometimes, it’s the truth about self that seems overly harsh or even becomes a hard pill to dissolve. The beauty of this life is feeling comfortable inside one’s own skin. And that’s what matters. This means accepting how poorly or negatively we see ourselves, how we look, how we think of ourselves, how we choose to describe ourselves, how we choose to act, and the value of having good self-esteem.
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