“Addressing your inner issues not only is a liberating experience but also allows you to begin creating meaningful solutions.” -Lilly Singh
We all have our own flaws & have made mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes create issues. Our flaws don’t create issues & our flaws are not a product of the issues at hand. It’s important to accept our flaws as they are. That way no one can use them against us.
Personally, I’m a little narcissistic, but I am controlling it so that it doesn’t show as much as it did before. They say you are who you are when no one’s around. And when I’m by myself, I get narcissistic & say things like, “I’m not weird, I’m limited edition.” I think it is SO funny. Others may not, but that’s okay, because it doesn’t hurt me.
I don’t always trust people, but it may look like I trust my good friends & best friend because I am comfortable around them. I feel like I have developed the mentality, “Trust no one.” I believe Tupac Shakur had said that. While I believe that is wise, it’s not a “trust issues” kind of thing.
Sometimes I feel like I don’t have any secrets of my own because all my friends, my cousin & my best friend know SO much about me. It’s not that they know everything, because they don’t. It’s that they know a lot & I feel like they can get to know me better without the secrets. Thetr5are times when I feel like secrecy is just gossip-you don’t know if it’s true or not. Although, it was supposed to be a secret.
This post is inspired by Lilly Singh’s book, “How to be a Bawse.” I am doing a #90DayChallenge that presents what I have learned from her book.