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what're you 2 betting though? loser's gotta do something if they lose the bet
i got'cho back
Bit late on this but Matt and Charlie Brown.
Give yourself more credit is my message here. A lot of people are born with disabilities which make it harder for them to function. It is about YOUR action and YOUR mindset that will help it.
But if you CHOOSE to wallow in the belief that you'll never amount to anything because everything you try to do is "too hard" then that will be your reality.
No one else can change that. All I'm trying to tell you is that you have more power than you think. But of course, you don't have to believe me.
It's a shame because it seems like you post here to try to reach out to people, only to completely ignore what they tell you and find excuses to continue living in your own unhappiness.. you are wallowing in your own self pity which you believe is your own "reality." Take it slow and change that reality by challenging yourself one with thing at a time. Like actually writing down 3 things every day that you're grateful for and 1 of those things has to be something within yourself. It's difficult when you have low self esteem but if you stick with it for 2-3 months you will actually see a change. Usually people quit after a few weeks or a month. Change takes time.
I am sorry that you don't believe in yourself.
yeah i'd like to do any of that but honestly you cant just tell a person who is wired wrong to just change their attitude and fix themselves :/ it just does not work that way
That's the biggest excuse I've ever heard. Yeah I know that's harsh but nothing will change if you don't change anything.
You don't have to be good at anything to enjoy it. You need to learn to let go of being perfect and appreciate beauty in the imperfect.
What do you want me to tell you? Ok give up at everything, live on welfare, don't do anything with your life, and die with lots of regrets.
Newsflash: it's hard for pretty much everyone to learn and develop skills- they just keep their struggles to themselves. And what's the point in comparing yourself anyway? You're not them. Find your own way and create your own journey.