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Be

There are I don’t know how many billion people on Earth right now, because I admit I’m not good with statistics and math, who are trying to be good enough for somebody else.

There’s one thing I’d like to tell them.
Honey, it ain’t worth it.

Scenario number 1.
No one cares. They’re busy doing whatever they’re doing.

Scenario number 2.
No matter what you do, there will always be someone who’s better.

Scenario number 3.
Your good enough isn’t good enough for them.

Trying to please your mom with that recipe you got off the internet? The salt will always be less.

Wanting to be the best girlfriend by repeatedly expressing your feelings, sexy lingerie and trying to be understanding? Naah, that still won’t help.

Keeping your life on hold to be there for your friends? You’re in for disappointment.

Sometimes no matter what you do, you aren’t going to be able to change a thing. Let alone how people perceive you.

And what’s the point of trying to be good enough for someone, anyone else?
It sure doesn’t make you feel happy, when your efforts are overlooked and considered no big deal.

Why do we try being better for other people? Because we want to be accepted.

Then why is it, that we can’t accept ourselves for who we are?

Why can’t we make an effort to be good enough for ourselves?

Because accept it girl, no matter what you do, you won’t be able to hold his attention for longer than 2 minutes when he doesn’t want to listen.
And there will be someone way hotter than you, for your boyfriend to drool over.

Your recipe won’t be good enough for your mother. Ever.

And you sure as hell won’t be the person your friend chooses to spend time with.
It’ll always be Testes over Besties.

Might as well be good enough for yourself.
Don’t you think?

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Through Indecisive Decisions, I talk about those little things in life that most of us don't pay heed to. Any sea facing place, coffee and a book is all I need : )

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