Is there anything you can do to make you feel more at home with yourself?
29 May 08
It seems you are afraid of lonely. i enjoy the time with myself. When i am alone, i am very peaceful and i can think many things about my life, people i have met; good and bad i have experienced and something else. I can know myself better through this. And i like singing loudly when i am alone too. Close the door and windows.Turn on the Hi-Five and sing. Sing loudly. I have no need to care about whether my voice is nice or not. I can completely enjoy singing. And this is a way to release my emotion and relax.
30 May 08
Being comfortable with yourself is more than likely something that will grow the older you become.Often when we are young we have many conflicting feelings..feelings of `not being as good as everyone else`..You dont say if you have friends and family supporting you,but my gut reaction is that you probably have.Being content with yourself is something that given time will come,its just a question of hanging on in there.We all go through these times of feeling insecure and inadequate,and believe you me you arent alone in this.If you can focus on one day at a time,and take that day as if it meant everything to you,live it to the best of your ability,and try to train your brain to live just that one day at a time.Easier said than done ..I know...but in this world we are all equal,put here to serve our purpose,and no one is any different from anyone else...good luck pet..
30 May 08
I can assure you that you are most absolutely wonderful, in every way. You're bright and pretty and charming and and and ... what more could you possibly want? This is going to sound awfully trite, but for most of us it takes quite a while to become happy with the person that we are. When you're young, you're constantly being judged and it's easy to think that you need to fit into a 'type' because you don't want to be seen to be different. I can only speak for myself, but as I got older I didn't care so much what other people thought. They either like me, or they don't. And if they don't that's their loss, not mine and I don't miss them. Sometimes I don't like myself, but that's when I do something that's mean spirited and I'm ashamed of myself. You have to just say sorry and move on though. Remember, you're a harsher judge of 'you' than anyone else is.