Good is the best, bad is the worst.
Let’s be honest, we’re all really concerned about being the “bad” version of ourselves. We’re in an endless cycle of regret, self-loathing, and shame. The problem is that this cycle of self-loathing and shame often keeps us stuck in a downward spiral of self-loathing and self-hate, which in turn becomes self-loathing and self-hate, and so on.
This problem is what I call “self-loathing cycle.” All of these self-loathing thoughts and feelings actually serve to intensify our self-doubt and self-hatred, which then make us hate ourselves even more. It’s like a slow-motion suicide.
The way to break this self-loathing cycle and break self-loathing is to learn to like ourselves.
One way to do this is to take self-awareness to the next level, which is to learn to love ourselves. We have a tendency to become so self-involved that we don’t even realize it. We’re so busy trying to fix our problems that we don’t even realize there are problems at all. Rather than making everything perfect, we tend to make it worse.
Here’s the truth about this. We are what we perceive ourselves to be. The reason we do what we do is because we think we should be doing it. The reason we feel the way we feel is because we think we should feel that way. The reason we act the way we act is because we think we should act that way. The reason we are doing what we are doing is because we think we should be doing it.
In our own words, “Cars make us feel things.” It’s easy to say what we like as a way to get rid of stress. Its harder to say “car makes me feel good.
You know what is harder to say? Cars make us feel bad. As in, cars make us feel bad because cars make us feel bad. It’s not a great metaphor, but it’s more than you might think. Cars make us feel bad because they make us feel bad, and because we don’t feel good, we can’t do anything about it and we don’t want to, so we are stuck feeling bad.
Yeah, its a really great metaphor, but the thing is that its not a great metaphor. Its actually a really bad metaphor. Because cars make us feel bad because they make us feel bad and because we dont feel good, we dont want to do anything about it and we dont want to feel bad.
I think this is a great metaphor because cars help us to identify with a feeling of bad. Because you feel bad, you feel bad. You feel bad because you feel bad. And because you feel bad, you are stuck. You could actually think about this metaphor all day.