I Am Not Good At Anything?!!


When Ever Time I Fail, I Think I Am Not Good At Anything, Especially Being a Woman Who Feel Down and Being Taunting For Every Single Thing !!
But unfortunately we can’t satisfy everyone in life!! My mind tells just STOP THIS BULL SHIT THINKING!!
Did you know everyone out there suffers from imposter syndrome? Every single person on the planet suffers from one type of self-esteem issue or another, but few will ever admit to such.

Now technology have become inner core of our life!! Especially Social Media! We get our close friends and relatives update via these media. Than personal messages !!                            But I am not completely blaming Social Media it have been very successful enlightening ourselves on vast facts about everything !!Same time it have done serious harm to us!!

Most people fail to realize that those perfect Post brags are very highly curated. For excruciatingly perfectly decorated cupcake!! The photo of a happy, sleeping baby was captured during a five-minute break after a week of non-stop screaming and sleepless nights.

People just don’t want to admit to their failures and frailties because we’re all trying bloody hard to succeed at something, anything, just for a moment!! Unknowingly we are trying to impress someone unknown FAKING ourselves!!
All we ever know about other people is what they choose to share, and that’s hardly a thorough representation of who they really are. The person whom you think nicest person on earth can turn to be evil from inside!!!

If you take a moment to sit in stillness and silence and really be honest with yourself, you will, without a doubt, find something awesome that you’re really good at. It might not be something that you’d snap a photograph of in order to get “likes” on some public profile or another – it could very well be a gentle talent or skill that few others might even be aware of, but it’s something only you are capable of doing.

Can you bake a perfect quiche? Do you have the ability to calm fostered animals when they’re frightened? Coax plants to grow in ruined soil? Fletch arrows? Perhaps you have a knack for languages, or can sense other people’s emotions strongly enough to show them real empathy or compassion. Be honest with yourself, and try to step outside your own body and see how others might perceive you for a moment.

Don’t Believe Everything You Think!!

Our own minds can be our worst enemies, especially when we go through rough patches.
Frustrations, personal or career setbacks, and relationship difficulties can all throw us into downward spirals of self-loathing and recrimination, but it’s at these times that we need to be the most compassionate with ourselves. Most of us have unrealistic expectations for ourselves that we would never dream of having for others, but it’s a lot easier to be compassionate and gentle towards our loved ones than it is to show that same tenderness and kindness to ourselves.

Do you know what’s really helpful during times like these? Turning to those who love you for a bit of positive reinforcement. Start a blank document and paste into it all the wonderful things your friends have said to you so you can re-read those bits of beauty and encouragement whenever you need them.
If you’re comfortable doing so, you can even go a step further and be very honest with those close to you about how you’re feeling, and ask them to let you know about something they like or appreciate about you. You’ll no doubt be pleasantly surprised about just how highly you’re thought of in your social circles.
The best part about doing something like this is that you can then reciprocate. Know without a doubt that other people around you feel exactly the same way that you do; reaching out to say something kind or encouraging might help draw them out of their own quagmire.

It’s a Japanese concept based on the beauty that exists in imperfection and impermanence. That which we love and appreciate need not be “perfect” in order to be wonderful, beautiful, and appreciated.
You may be holding yourself to a ridiculously high standard of perfection in terms of the things you enjoy doing, and as such, lose the joy in doing them. Try to break free from this and appreciate the doing in the moment, rather than the end result.
Do you know what happens when you pour time and effort into something you’re passionate about? You get better at it. Any kind of practice will help you improve your skills, and that in turn will bolster your confidence in the subject. If you’ve been struggling to learn a language, try watching a film in that tongue – you may be pleasantly surprised to discover that you understand more words now!!

Have an Honest Conversation

If you are doing what you love, and it’s bringing joy to you (and possibly others), then it is enough.

YOU are enough.


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