I guess we’re all extraordinary. In contrast to the title of the post I’m reblogging, go ahead, try being unique or different. Watch how fast people want to knock you down or drop you like a hot rock. Nobody seems to want to hang out with unique individuals… Why is that?

Thought Catalog

In life, a number of things are intrinsically tied to our self-worth, whether we like to admit it or not. Jerry Seinfeld once joked that we all like to be well-regarded amongst a large group of people that we don’t particularly care for, and to an extent, that’s true. Whether we have few or many friends, we like to think that people like us — even the ones we don’t like back. When we are in dating world, we tend to project faults onto the other person. It was their fault that they didn’t like us. Our friends then tell us that we’re gorgeous and perfect. He’s insane for not going out with us again. He’s a serial murderer. He’s the worst. We’re better off without him.

We are absolutely better off without people who aren’t that interested in being with us, but all of this is part of a…

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