I need to learn to love myself too. Most of my life has been a struggle in one way or another, and it hasn’t gotten easier as I got older and since starting college. But I too have changed for the better, dramatically even. I think it’s safe for me to say that I’ve become a better man than I was in high school or middle school (or even Freshman year of college).
Thanks for this; it’s something I needed to hear.
“Life is pain, highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something.” — William Goldman
I’m not a big fan of “positive thinking.” Yes, it’s important that we love ourselves, that we try to see all that is good and worthy of gratitude in us and others. I believe in seeing the light in others and offering them the support they need to better themselves.
But I also know that it is extremely important that we be realistic about what is what and who is who.
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