Have you ever been in a situation where the girl/boy of your dreams, the object of your affections or the purpose to your life, tells you that you are not the only one in his/her list of options. That you are perhaps in direct competition with a few other blokes/lasses in the quest for attention.
Didn’t you feel sucky about it?
Did it make you feel inadequate all of a sudden? And you wondered if what you ever did or plan to do will ever be enough.
You are not alone. I’ve been down that path. Many times.
But here’s the thing. You should never feel inadequate. And here is me telling you why, and how you can rid yourself of that nagging thought.
If People Place You As An Option, That Means You Are Not A Priority. Walk Away.
I know. This is not what you wanna hear. You will still wanna affirm the idea to me that there is still hope for you. That there is a silver lining in knowing that you are literally just another chat conversation in his/her Whatsapp screen. That somehow, one day, your persistence in just sticking around will pay dividends.
The truth is buddy, you are just wasting every limited time and resources you have on someone who probably does not deserve it. Get real.
Why will anybody wanna treat your unique and exclusive existence as just another number on the contact list? Aren’t you worth more than that?
Have the decency and guts to walk away. You will not regret it, I assure you.
Pursue A Wilder, Higher & Greater Purpose.
We are the sum of what we think about and do constantly. So the quickest way to get over the thought of inadequacy is to snap out of it and pursue something else. Or better still, someone else. Only because you know you can and you should.
Think about how wild and high you will feel, to know that you can be the sole receiver of attention. And you can only feel this way, if you allow yourself the privilege to give and receive attention.
Fill up your cranium with more purposeful activities and ideas. You will appreciate you.
Stroke The C Spot.
Repeat after me…
“I Am Contented!”
“I Am Complete!”
“I Am Comforted!”
Every single day. Every morning. Every night.
And before you know it, people will be flocking to you for attention.