30 Day Self Esteem Challenge 05

Day 5: Something about the way I think that I like.

I covered a lot of this in the post about my personality.

One thing I do like about how I think is that I am an idealist, a dreamer, a “why not?” type of person. I ask “Why can’t we?” rather than accept the status quo or conventional way of doing things.

I find it hard to accept that we, society, are not capable of change and being better than we are now. Where the OH sees the limitations of humanity, (his go to motto is “People are cunts”!), I see the potential and infinite capacity for good in us all.

This perhaps naivety costs me at times as I assume the best about people, cut them slack, give them second, third and forth chances only to be let down and hurt. Perhaps those people simply haven’t reached their level of development that allows them to progress? I don’t know… but I won’t change how I think because of them.

I will continue to be a dreamer, an idealist, believing in all things good. I find it’s a happier way to be, for me anyway.





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12 thoughts on “30 Day Self Esteem Challenge 05

  1. I’m an equal measure of both. 2 weeks of every month, I’m a “People suck so much ass!” and the other two weeks, I’m a ray of loving and loveable light 😉 LMAO

  2. Me and my other half are the same – he’s truly a ‘people are basically crap and best to be avoided’, not a glass-half empty, but a glass smashed over someone’s head kind of bloke. Whereas I’m more a ‘everything’s gonna be alright in the end’ kind of person. We balance each other out.
    How are you finding this challenge? Is it making you see the best in yourself?

  3. Hey, thanks for linking to me 🙂
    I think I’m more like you too than your husband! I too believe in all things good. And remember, everything will be fine in the end. So if it’s not fine, it’s not the end 🙂

  4. Do you think men are generally more judgmental than women? My husband tends to judge people in a negative way. I tend to find excuses for them. I always try to think of a good reason why they behave the way they do.

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