FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) is a lie we tell ourselves. We tell ourselves we deserve better than whatwe have and the world will have to do its magic and make things work for us. Although, when thingsdon't work our way, we assume the world is against us. No, it's not the world, it's we, us andourselves.
Comparison. It's our pleasure of guilt. We compare clothes, jobs, even food, beliefs, and now,people. We suddenly become generous to our self-confidence, build a skyscraper of self-worth,which takes us all the way to dissatisfaction. We want better an we want it now.When looking for our partner, we do it with such pressure that we completely rely on that oneperson to have all those qualities we once depended on the entire society for. We want our partnerto be our best friend, our guardian angel, our lover, infact only our lover and to be blessed with thisunrealistically huge list of qualities in order for them to become our significant other.
No relation is better or worse it's just different from one another. Different relationships will makeyou feel differently. It's fine to give up on someone if you don't feel good enough, but don't give uphopes of finding someone else who would make you feel better.
Remember, being dishonest to ourselves will never help us, certainly not what we want, but it surecan leave us with pain, jealousy, sadness and hate for the universe and many times for our ownpeople
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