That's more or less the same problem I have with number 2.
It's normal for a woman to compare herself to another woman - either because she feels superior to or inferior to her. Sometimes we do it even without realizing it. We find ourselves analyzing the women around us - be it the woman standing in front of you in a queue at the supermarket, or the woman sitting next to you at the hair salon - and we mentally decide whether they measure up to our standards or not.
When we compare ourselves to other people, we lose such a big part of ourselves. And that, to me, is such a waste of who we are!
I have compared myself to women many times, and I always ended up feeling worse about myself afterwards. However, that didn't stop me from doing it. It was in the midst of all these comparisons, however, that I had my "Aha!" moment. ✨😃✨
I came across a woman who I really admired, and in the process of trying to emulate her, I ended up finding out new things about myself that I liked. And through that I finally realized something: I didn't want to become like anyone else because I actually really liked who I was.
I find it easier and more effective to write down how I feel rather than to say it.
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