How do you answer this question? ‘Who are you?’ Do you answer it with a smile and confidently enthuse about your qualities and talents? Or do you hesitate to list your positive traits and feel more comfortable pointing out your shortcomings? How about ‘What do you like?’ Do you respond assertively with a list of your interests and passions? Or do you give a vague idea of generic activities?
The way you reply may well depend on your level of self-confidence and of being able to appreciate your uniqueness.
Everyone is unique. Your individuality goes beyond DNA, gender, heritage or upbringing. It’s the complete package from when you are conceived to the present day that makes you distinct from any other human being. And that’s amazing. Or it should be.
Whilst some people can acknowledge differences in themselves and others with ease, many are consumed with comparing themselves to others. Of course…
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