Excuse me while I go throw up. It’s all crap. It’s fake. It’s not real life. Those pictures are a tiny snippet in time.
People only tend to put things on social media that they want to you see. They don’t want you to see the arguments, the loneliness, the anxiety or the tears, so they don’t post about that. Oh no. Goodness, we can’t have people seeing that kind of thing.
So, rather than thinking how much smarter, wealthier, or more attractive others are, enjoy and appreciate yourself. In the entire universe, there is no one quite like you. In fact, according to Mel Robbins, the likelihood of you being born as you has been calculated at 1 in 400 trillion.
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