Do you also compare yourself?
Never settle for less than you deserve.
You deserve efforts. You deserve love. You deserve happiness. You deserve to be treated right. You deserve to be a priority. You deserve to be admired. You deserve a forever.
You deserve everything you wish upon the shooting stars.
Never let anyone make you think otherwise..
People are compared in order to establish a rank, or merit, or determine access to something of value but limited supply, such as a prize, a job, or a title.
More can be acquired by comparing one's own performance or one's growth or change in a desired direction to the earlier example of the performance. I'll be happy if I only got three questions wrong on a quiz yesterday but got them all correct today. As a result of this, you'll be able to show real progress and identify the factors that may have contributed to your success.
Your score may always be higher than your friend's but that doesn't signify anything to either of you. As long as you're not attempting to figure out who's making up the numbers for the Mars mission. It's still important, however, not to presume that one is superior because they are more frequently correct. Even in terms of fact, there is a need for a fact-based approach.
Even if you may think you are superior to someone else in a subjective sense, they are probably better than you at something else. Because there are so many factors at play, all you get is an overall impression. Olympic skating is an example of a sport where you can assess your own abilities against a universal norm or a specific benchmark set by all prior competitors. In order to select the best skater, k is not determined by the highest score, but rather by the best performance on a given day at a specific time.
It's due to today's inflated notions of beauty. Photoshop, editing, and make-up products have become synonymous with the modern definition of beauty. In order to be accepted, they make us feel as though we must alter our appearance and our identity in order to please them. Ninety percent of a celebrity's photo is altered in some way when we wonder, "Why cant I be as pretty?". Social media platforms like Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook all allow users to alter their photos. When we use Snaptchat to snap a photo and your pimple is visible, we can remove it later. Everything seems so flimsy these days. As a result, beauty has been transformed from embracing your defects and being your own sort or beautiful to becoming a superfical, phony version of yourself. It's like having to be thin but not too thin or looking desperate if you overdo it with the make-up. So, people, make a decision. Of course, I struggle with my own perceptions of myself. This is a normal element of becoming a woman for any adolescent girl. We'd all like to be as attractive or as trim as other women, but the truth is, we're all wonderful just the way we are. You can only stop it if you accept your flaws and transform them into strengths. It's time to show the world how gorgeous you really are by being yourself. You don't have to be on a diet, work out every day, be thin, have a specific hair color, or dress a certain way to be happy. In the end, what really matters is that you learn to love yourself, and you'll find that others will, too.