“What’s wrong with me?” That is the wrong question. It took me almost 30 years to figure that out. I realize now that I am completely whole, I am a beautiful, intelligent, caring woman with so much to offer the world. So much to offer myself. I don’t need to have a ton of people around me. I don’t mind having friends, but they can’t tell me anything negative about myself and make me believe it, and if they ever try, they’ll be out of my life.
I no longer go searching for the answer to “What’s wrong with me?” in other people. If I am having a problem with myself I’ll search it out on my own. That’s personal development, which is far different.
My point with this blog though, is that you should always go searching for good in yourself because generally, people aren’t falling at your feet to give you compliments or encouragement. Of course I mentioned there are people throughout life that will be your cheerleader, but you have to give what you want. Go cheerleading for others and God will send your cheerleaders. You are the only besides God with you, constantly, so you have to be your own cheerleader. The road to success is hard, so keep telling yourself “I can do this!”
You shouldn’t be asking “What’s wrong with me?” When someone treats you badly, or when you are trying to be with someone in some type of relationship, whether it’s your mother, brother, sister, friend, boyfriend or girlfriend, whatever, you should not ask what’s wrong with you. You should ask “What is so great about me that intimidates this person? Why don’t they think they’re great? Why should I, if they don’t?”
It’s obvious people like this are “hiding”, and they don’t want any of their insecurities and imperfections to come out. The problem is, they don’t realize that the other person has them too. This is very very immature. You need to let that go. If someone doesn’t want to be friends with you or be around you, it is their problem. The people that want to be around you will find a way to do it, even if they are shy.
You should never be so desperate to have friends in your life that you just accept any type of behavior. Simply treat yourself well and the friends and family that are meant to come into your life will manifest by your positive thoughts. I’m not saying they’ll magically appear, and I’m not saying it’s any kind of weird incantation. It’s simply this: You attract who you are. It’s like a magnetism. It’s inevitable and it will happen so just have faith in God, in yourself, and yes, even in others.
Then have a little patience, keep persevering doing the good work you’ve been doing, and improve upon that—and you will be rewarded and it will all be worth it! Because YOU are worth it, and NOW the WORLD can see, because you treat yourself differently!
God bless you all. I am praying for you. I pray this touches you and really helps some of you!
Please email me your thoughts on this blog, or your story! After all I do this FOR YOU! Because you are worth it!