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The problem I have is there is no evidence suggesting there is anything good about me to love and so I’m going to keep in hearing myself until it presents itself, which it never does. I would like TSoL to delve deeper into self-acceptance as the Yes I am a spoiled son but not yours I am the property of a freaking awesome mom shirt main practice to develop a healthier self-esteem, and into how easily a misguided praise for self-esteem might be the the very same thing that undermines it and prevents it from being healthy, or being so at all in the first place.
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The term ‘self-esteem’ has been overused and abused by the self-help book industry, and I think we rather talk about ‘self-acceptance’ than using a term so ingrained in the Yes I am a spoiled son but not yours I am the property of a freaking awesome mom shirt unconscious to be rather superfluous and even narcissism-inducing as ‘self-esteem’ unfortunately is. What most of us long for above all else is ‘security’, the sense that we are – at last – safe on the earth. We pin our hopes for security on a shifting array of targets: a happy relationship, a house, children, a good profession, public respect, a certain sum of money… When these are ours, we fervently believe,
we will finally be at peace. We may mock the term ‘happily ever after,’ synonymous as it is with naive children’s literature but in practice, we do indeed tend to live as if we could one day, somewhere over the Yes I am a spoiled son but not yours I am the property of a freaking awesome mom shirt , reach a place of rest, satisfaction and safety.We can never properly be secure, because so long as we are alive, we will be alert to danger and in some way at risk. The only people with full security are the dead; the only people who can be truly at peace are under the ground; cemeteries are the only definitively calm places around.