We live in a world full of comparisons.
Does she have a sexier figure than me? Does she look younger, or better for her age? Is she so much smarter? Have a better career? Do people think that she is funnier than me?
I suspect it all begins in the early years of life when we start fighting hard to get our parents’ attention.
But it’s a process that continues for the rest of our life.
And it’s a process that leads to insecurity, as well.
For at any point in time we could cease to measure up – and we could lose the affection of those who matter most.
Like our family, or close friends.
Like our partner, or our spouse.
Yet each of us is different – individual and unique.
And we start to lose ourselves when we make comparisons.
But comparing’s so ingrained, such a feature of…
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