When I see what ppl looked like before they had money/ became famous and got all these surgeries done, it makes me feel so much better about myself :)
I wanna go to sleep so bad but I’m over here overdosing on coffee so I can watch this new season
I think sometimes it can be easier to just stay in a state of ignorance about who you really are, because when you own it, you become responsible for it. You find out things about yourself that you really don’t like, but really discovering, accepting and appreciating who you are seem to always out way the cost of doing so though. Spending time with yourself can be tricky, as many people equate it with loneliness, but I have also found it to be that those who dislike their own company, usually know and understand themselves, the least.
adiorablegrant said: What I also think is strange is that, with interviewers, (this isn't just with Kanye but on these talk shows) They really don't listen well to the person they're interviewing. I also wonder why so many people feel like they have the right to dictate and judge what kind of life someone else lives. I think this is why when you support someone in any way, it makes a huge difference to their confidence and self-esteem. Because then they think "Wow someone actually believes in me."
When someone is speaking to another person, you’re gonna find that they will usually say “I hear what you are saying” instead of, “I’m listening to what you are saying”. There’s a huge difference between hearing and listening. People just need to really LISTEN to not just the words that people are saying but to their voice and to the emotion, and the body language they’re showing you cus that usually tells you more. The reason WHY people won’t understand is cus that takes a lot of effort in terms of attention, processing, analysing and concentrating, and that requires too much “work” for some people therefor it’s just easier to say, “huh? i don’t get what you’re saying” or “im still tryna get what you mean by…”