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The Problem with Always Blaming Yourself
#1
In a world focused on self-improvement, it is easy to always blame yourself.

You didn't do the right program, and that's why your bench is stuck.

You didn't consume the proper protein ratio, and that's why you are small.

You didn't say the right words when you approached her, and that's why she rejected you.

You didn't....you didn't

YOU YOU YOU YOU

Just go out there and self-improve, bro. Become useful, bro.

The problem with that kind of thinking is that it prevents you from loving yourself on a deeper level. If you are always as worth as your accomplishments, you will remain insecure.

So, stop blaming yourself because chances are - you aren't that bad.
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(04-19-2019, 09:10 PM)YTruthSeeker Wrote: In a world focused on self-improvement, it is easy to always blame yourself.

You didn't do the right program, and that's why your bench is stuck.

You didn't consume the proper protein ratio, and that's why you are small.

You didn't say the right words when you approached her, and that's why she rejected you.

You didn't....you didn't

YOU YOU YOU YOU

Just go out there and self-improve, bro. Become useful, bro.

The problem with that kind of thinking is that it prevents you from loving yourself on a deeper level. If you are always as worth as your accomplishments, you will remain insecure.

So, stop blaming yourself because chances are - you aren't that bad.
100% agree I wonder the system tried to destroy our self worth
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I needed to see this today.
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