Stumbled upon this GREAT post after finding myself in a funk over how far I’m “supposed” to be in my life, career, etc. compared to my friends. Hope this helps y’all as much as it helped me!
Comparison is a PUNK.
In the words of Teddy Roosevelt, “Comparison is the thief of joy.”
It’s true, how many times do we find ourselves comparing ourselves to those in the world around us? How many times do we find ourselves saying, “I’m not good enough,” or, “If only I had her looks, or his talent.” What if I told you that comparison is whispering lies into your ear? What if I told you that you ARE good enough?
I’m “supposed” to be graduating this May. What I mean by that is this, I didn’t go the traditional college route. I took less classes and worked more. While most of the people I graduated with are prepping for graduation, I am prepping for two more years of school.
Comparison has a habit of telling us what we’re “supposed” to be doing, or what we’re “supposed” to look like, but what…
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