why not meaning
This summer, a friend just called and asked me to give her a list of all the reasons she’s not going with her boyfriend, but she can’t. I’d have to give it to her. Her boyfriend would be a huge burden to her. The worst thing is that she doesn’t have the same level of self-worth that she had three years ago.
People who are unsure of their worth can have a hard time feeling good about themselves. That makes sense because it’s hard to be worthy of others when your self-esteem is so low. I think that maybe this is why we often see people in relationships who are in denial about their worth. It’s hard to know how you really are sometimes.
Maybe it comes from the fact that when you are in a relationship, you are unsure about what your worth really is. Maybe you are a high-functioning sociopath who is not afraid to take someone to the cleaners. Maybe you are a delusional liar who doesn’t want to be alone. It all can be true, though, and its a fact that people who are unsure about their worth do usually struggle to feel good about themselves.
For the past decade or so, I have been using the word “in denial” a lot to describe people who are uncertain about their own worth. I even think it applies to myself to some degree. When I’m uncertain of my worth, I tend to think of my worth in terms of what it costs me to get where I am. For example, when I got out of the military I was able to find work.
When I’m not sure about myself, I tend to think of myself as a person who’s worth a lot less. But I’m not a person who’s worth much more than I am.
I know I’m not that smart, but that doesn’t mean I’m not smart. I’m just not smart enough to recognize my worth.
I actually think it’s a good thing I don’t want to keep my job or even to be able to go to school for this school but Im very interested in the real world. I’m still in college and still trying to figure out how to get there.
It’s a good thing you just dont know how to be smart.
I think it is a good thing I dont have a lot of friends. I know its a great thing I dont have to keep up with them. But Im also not that smart. But Im still very interested in the real world.
What I think people who are attracted to the self-esteem stuff or the “self-actualization” thing can do is realize they are not the only one who has problems. There are many people out there who struggle with a lot of things from a young age. I think the key is to realize that some people are just not that smart. They just never have had the chance to learn how to be smart. And that is okay.