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Absolutely I'm happy being the person I am...Who else am I gonna be?
ETA: Since I will be home alone tonight the loved one I will be cuddling with is my dog. Fortunately he isn't a "cover hog" but he does drool and snore a bit!
I'm pretty happy with myself. I've learned to accept my shortcomings and work on them, which sadly is not something most choose to do. Once you can recognize your faults, you can begin to work on them, and that is one step closer to enlightenment.
Mmmm.... Yes! Undoubtably, Yes! I wil hold my fiance'... And my daughter.... FAMILY CUDDLE!
I love myself, I aknowledge that i am not perfect but then again no one is. I am secure in knowing this i am and educated idiot, I am smart enough to know I dont know.
People ask me everyday why I'm so happy I still don't know how to answer that yet.
I guess I like myself. At times I find myself to be disappointed with who I am. But I guess that's life. Eh! Drama and depression.
Just had to do it...
Not accusatory but just a philosophical post.
it's that I wouldn't want to be anyone else. I am me. To be someone else would be living a lie.
I do like the way I think. I love my daydreams and night dreams. I HATE my failures in life, and I can't remember too many successes even though I know I've had some
Some days are better than others. Sometimes I wear a huge smile and I really am happy. And sometimes I fall down into a pit and dirt suffocates me.
I do like myself. I know I have a lot of room for growth and improvement, so I work on that, but I like who I am. I have some regrets, large and small, but I don't spend a lot of time feeling bad about them. I try to learn from them and move forward.
Your thread reminded me of this poem. One of my favorites. Just wanted to share
I have always been a deeply cerebral person and after the age of six began to be hyper critical of myself. This has manifested itself over the years in many different ways mostly in my yearning to harmonize the outer me with the inner me.
But a more important question is, do you like everyone else but your self?
reply to post by KyrieEleison
I've yet to have that stormy, top-of-the-mast, make-my-peace-with-God moment.
Originally posted by blupblup
I do like myself...
It's everyone else I have a problem with!!