How to Stop Acting Like You’re the Only One Who Wants to Be an Outlier

The worst part of life is that everyone else is trying to be you.

It’s easy to become a martyr and feel a little guilty for being different, but when you’re stuck in this kind of social construct, it can feel like you’re trapped in an endless loop of self-hatred.

It also feels like there’s no end in sight, no way out.

You feel like a failure because no one is going to believe you and it feels like you don’t deserve it.

You have a hard time believing that you’re good enough for anyone to love you.

But then, you can’t be.

You need to stop pretending that you can be anything you want to be, and it’s no wonder so many people are stuck in the mindset that they need to change.

“I need to do something to make myself feel better,” one woman told me.

“But I’m just a pathetic person.”

I think a lot of the women I interviewed agreed with her.

The fact is, we are all human, and we have a lot to learn from each other.

This is true even when we’re young, and even when the world has changed a lot.

As an adult, though, the only way to really get the answers we need to fix the world is to start acting like we can be any of the things we’ve always wanted to be.

This may sound crazy, but there’s a huge difference between pretending that people aren’t real and pretending that it’s impossible.

You can’t help but think of all the times you’ve spent the past year trying to convince yourself that you don: can be more than what you’ve always believed you can; can make better decisions; and that people are just going to ignore you if you don