Insecurity IS a Marvelous Thing
I suggest you work on your insecurities. Try to develop them- feed them daily with a few reminders that some days- you can't even keep your shoes tied.
Trust me. It will do you good. People with zero insecurities are most likely robots or bitches*.
Wait Elizabeth- this is the day where you tell us to be confident and take over the world.
Sorry. Not today. Maybe next month.
This month, we're promoting the humble screw-up who is brave enough to admit to herself, and the world, that she has flaws.
Okay, seriously, have you ever met someone who thinks she's perfect?
You know- you say you walked a mile, she tells you she jogged two?
You took a shower and brushed your teeth, and she suggests you add a facial and a make-over?
You finished a book, she informs you she just made the best-seller list?
I mean no matter what you do, she will always be better than you- and she will make sure you damn well know it.
You DO NOT want to me that gal. No one likes her. Not really.
She's like time spent in a stiletto. Sure, it looks good in pictures, but no one wants to walk a mile in them. You're going to peel them off as quickly as you can and slip your barking feet into some nice, comfy slippers.
My advice? Be insecure. It's a good reminder that you're NOT all that- at least not all the time.
It's also a reminder that you ARE going to fail. It IS going to suck, but you'll get back up, maybe grab yourself a bowl of ice cream- which you will not share with any bitches...they'll probably just tell you they never eat ice cream anyhow- that's how they remain a size 2...and dust yourself off.
And there to help you clean yourself up will be your real friends, those wonderful, equally insecure people who are confident enough to admit they're screw-ups too.
*Guys, this can apply to you too, but I'm a gal, so I'm sticking with the world of bitches because it's what I know.
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