Ten words that definitely describe me are:
When analyzing myself, I come to the conclusion that, though I can be very outgoing when comfortable, these are the traits that never seem to change about myself. However, in times like these, many of us are striving for the betterment of ourselves, but may lack the inner will as usually it’s society making us think that we aren’t good enough. We think we must change to be better. So, I live in between putting pressure on myself to change or adapting to not really caring to change.
At times, it’s hard to see some of the traits that I listed as positive. This is because sometimes we find that people may come into our lives and might not see some of these traits as positive, such as being unconventional. This is why confidence in who I am doesn’t come from words or actions of validation, rather from the hard, independent, self critical, hours and years of work I’ve put into myself.
If your concept of yourself is abstract and tangible, you’re at risk of converting yourself into what others think you should be. I understand that this is easier said than done, but for me what’s most important is staying true and honest to yourself and respecting the set of values you have put into place for bettering your way of living.
If this way of thinking makes me unconventional, then, I’ll be unconventional.
I will stand for what I believe in because this process has taken many years of experience and valuable hard work. The advice I give to my readers is to broaden your horizons, to challenge your landscape, to be unconventional in all ways, but most importantly to stay true to your colors.
Nothing makes you more valuable than what makes you, you.