No Middle Ground



We treat them as if they are binary.

Then compare ourselves to the most successful.

Leaving us with only one option of self-perception, which regardless of the excellence of our behavior or achievements, still won’t live up to the success we compare ourselves to.

One thought on “No Middle Ground”

  1. Yes, it’s an easy trap to fall into. I typically learn more when I fail. So then if I fail but learnt something, I count it as a success. It shifts everything.


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