You are you.
"You are you.
Do not compare your pain with others from your point of view.
Just as you have hidden feelings that you haven't told others about, the others you compare yourself to must have hidden feelings too.
If you are feeling pain, that is the truth and the right feeling.
You don't need to compare yourself with others.
You are an amazing person just as you are."
I often heard "I shouldn't be given up, because she/he is doing"
You shouldn't feel like this. Please remember, we are all individual, and we all have different skills and interest, and we perceive and feel things differently.
Emotions are an essential aspect of human experience. They help us interpret and respond to our environment, communicate with others, and motivate us to take action. Emotions can be positive or negative and can range from joy, love, and contentment to anger, fear, and sadness. They are a fundamental part of our psychological makeup and influence how we perceive the world and interact with others.
One of the dangers of comparing our emotions with those of others is that it can lead to a negative self-image and low self-esteem. When we compare our emotions to others, we are essentially evaluating ourselves against a standard that may be unattainable or unrealistic. This can lead to feelings of inadequacy, self-doubt, and even depression.
Moreover, comparing our emotions to others can also lead to the development of unhealthy coping mechanisms. For example, if we see others coping with stress or anxiety in a particular way, we may feel pressure to emulate those coping mechanisms, even if they are not suitable for us. This can lead to a range of negative outcomes, such as substance abuse or other self-destructive behaviors.
Another reason why it's important not to compare our emotions to others is that everyone experiences emotions differently. What might be a minor inconvenience for one person might be a significant source of distress for another. We all have different life experiences, coping mechanisms, and support systems that influence how we respond to situations. Therefore, it's essential to acknowledge and validate our own emotions without comparing them to others.
By recognizing and accepting our own emotions, we can develop a greater sense of self-awareness and emotional intelligence. This can help us navigate difficult situations, build stronger relationships with others, and achieve our goals more effectively. Additionally, being mindful of our emotions can help us identify areas where we need additional support or help, such as counseling, meditation, and don't forget the Naturopathy, too 😉