If you had a friend who spoke to you as you speak to yourself
how long would you allow that person to be your friend?
Confidence doesn't come easy, especially when
your worst enemy is yourself.
Are you able to see all the good things
you do, all the bright and positive things?
Or is your mind yet clouded in
a dark mist of difficulty.
Confidence is all about believing in yourself
because if you can't believe in yourself, who would?
Back to the question at hand.. If you had a friend
who spoke to you, as you see yourself..
Is that person really your friend?
Most Helpful Girl
Ouch! That really twisted my mind. xD
Hmm, I guess I'd like that friend at times, and I'd feel angry at her at other times to the point I'd want to punch her all the way to Mars; I believe my time with that friend would be like a roller coaster. Yet, I wouldn't offer to leave her because she sees right through me and understands me, and she is always honest with me. She is the reason I am who I am now. Yup, she is a real friend.1
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Most Helpful Guy
I'm completely okay with it as long as there's not any third person around.
I'm honest and proud to myself. I don't and cannot lie to myself so, it'd not be a big deal if someone else is there to shove a reality check on my face.
It'd only benefit me by motivating me for the improvement.
But if there's a third person around, it'd lead me to jeopardy because it's superlatively difficult to always think good things about the other person. Whenever I thought something naughty, ill, blunt, tricky, deceptive or kinky etc stuff, he/she would tell him/her making my survival and social status, miserable.0