Date: 2018-03-07 01:09
There 8767 s an old chick in my office who just had a 65 second fit where she was banging something against her desk. Such obnoxiousness.
For example, I know I 8767 m awesome because
I 8767 ve read the entirety of Homer 8767 s Odyssey and most of Shakespeare 8767 s plays.
I can draft my own patterns and replicate videogame costumes.
I can cook a steak to medium rare perfection.
I am the reigning Queen of Boardgames among my circle of friends.
and a bunch of other things large and small, silly and not-so-silly, that are important and cool to me. The fact that I 8767 m good at them makes me happy and confident in myself, even if they aren 8767 t 8775 typical 8776 signs of success or wealth or accomplishment. Similarly, whatever you decide are your markers of awesomeness are things that should make you happy to be yourself, not outside definitions of success.
Yes, but exactly that can make you more depressed and inert.. at least in my experience. Not that im arguing against taking responsibility, but admitting your mistakes, your failures and that noone else but oneself is responsible for them can bring you down and quite depress you quite a lot. And it doesnt always help to get things moving because the thoughts of being responsible for failing again and again and missing out on so much coupled with the passing time make a nice catch 77. It tells you even more that one is not normal, and intensifies the fear and negativity even more
Dude, that 8767 s not being, as you seem to be implying an 8775 mgtow 8776 loser, but rather the above remark is common sense. Go ahead, get married I can 8767 t wait to read your ROK article on marriage after it all falls apart.
As someone who tends to be pretty negative (or, as I like to call it, realistic ), what I ve found works is to not think about what s realistic, but what s useful. If you re a pessimist, it s easy to find some stats and examples that say that you ll die in a ditch, impoverished and alone, and justify yourself into depression. But if you set aside the question of realistic or not, you can consider what s the most useful way to approach your life. Real is irrelevant.
What I liked about it was Francisco D 8767 Anconia 8767 s speech about women and value http:///7558/58/66/francisco-d%E7%85%99anconia%E7%85%99s-speech-sex-and-morality/
We get tht it seems generalization, but what Kenny was trying to say, and you as a woman can relate, that when a female is around men, or let 8767 s say she 8767 s on a date with a guy, she isn 8767 t going to complain and whine about menstrual cycle stuff. She won 8767 t even bring it up let alone let her crankiness show. She wants to create a lasting and good impression on others and strangers. That 8767 s what Kenny was saying. So among their girl groups, of course women will complain and period pains and all. But she won 8767 t do that to a man or strangers like let 8767 s say if she works in sales or cashier or something. She will put up a facade.
I think confidence is just a measure of success? Like in anything. For example, how confident am I about this exam? I m pretty good at exams so I m pretty confident. How confident am I at diving off this diving board? Not very I am likely to land funny and not be graceful at all and possibly pull something.
If you choose to pull back from 8775 the game 8776 as I like to call it because you have an ambitious goal to achieve, then that 8767 s being self reliant.
I can’t even believe this works because this is how you eventually have to talk to women in DC. I’ll let you figure out who it is….