Never say to yourself “you’re not good enough.”


I’m sure I’m not the only one who has said once or twice “I’m just not good enough” for a certain somebody.

I’m sure some of you at times have found yourself keen on someone and you’ve taken a risk and told them your feelings and didn’t get the reaction you had hoped for.

It’s so easy to then turn it back on yourself and say “I’m not good enough for them.” This is often because we put the object of our admiration on such a high pedestal. This can sometimes be our greatest mistake.

In our own self pity we find ourselves pulling every aspect of ourselves a part trying to work out why this particular person doesn’t want to be with us. This can be one of the most detrimental things we can do to ourselves.

Why? Well it’s like this, amongst our flood of self-loathing pity we forget something very important about the other person… Their type and preference.

Yes it’s all very well to have feelings for someone, but you can’t forget they’re their own individual with their own feelings etc.

So now let’s bring it back to you. If you don’t get a tick in each of their boxes, it doesn’t mean you’re not fine the way you are. It simply means you’re just not what they’re after in a relationship.

So remember to BE YOU, and have content knowing there is no-one else quite like you. Just because this particular person might not be into you, does not mean there is not someone just around the corner who you are actually everything they could ever hope for’

Just some random thoughts on a Friday afternoon.

Second year of college complete, will wonders never cease?
Dealing with the loss of a life.

Author: Chad St James

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