Comparison, Life Lessons and Self-Love

Comparison makes us feel lousy. Period. Looking at your perceived flaws, shortcomings or "failures" in relation to how great someone else has it is a direct road map to landing head first in a gallon of ice cream or much worse. And it doesn't feel any better to be on the upper end of the comparison scale looking down as in "at least I'm not..." or "my (blank) is smaller, bigger, or more successful than hers...". Ick. We still feel terrible because tearing someone else down is not a genuine way to elevate ourselves. It doesn't address the underlying issue of not feeling good enough. You cannot build a solid foundation of self-love (which is what is so desperately needed) by tearing someone e

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