Luckily for me, I actually quite like myself. I don’t mind the way I look and I like my personality. I’m winning in this respect
But, it seems when I get too involved in a relationship or friendship with someone, I let myself get SO involved with the other person/put them on such a high pedastul that I completely forget what I’m worth. I eventually stop talking about myself altogether and the other person goes along with it. It gets to a point where the friendship/relationship is literally based entirely around them (again, through no fault of their own). It’s really bad actually?! I focus on what they’re doing/how they’re feeling/if I can help them in any kind of way, and then end up getting stupidly down when it’s not reciprocated. Ridiculous. I am WELL AWARE that this is my doing and my ‘fault’ as it were (though it’s not really a fault, just something I should work on) so I’m not in any way saying they SHOULD reciprocate it, nor am I saying ‘poor me boo hoo life is so hard’. Not at all. I’m just pointing out to myself that I need to learn to just chill the fuck out.
Friendships/relationships come about because said person likes you and you like said person. If you completely forget about yourself and why said person likes you, they’ll also forget about it! If you’re giving off a positive and confident vibe, people will come to you… if you give out the opposite, they won’t.
It’s all so simple. COME ON KATE MCGILL.
Positivity = the key. And on that note… (a 4am fucking note. Jesus christ), I will sleep
Night y’all x