When comparing ourselves with others , our bias is often implicit, what we think about a certain quality/skill of the other or even the person’s ability to highlight/fake it. We have little information to conclude, so that the result can harm us, victimize us or serve as a tool to underestimate us.

Does it make sense to compare ourselves with what we don’t know is real?

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❗️I believe that true growth can only be in oneself, in learning from mistakes, in what we can improve from our current situation and in continuing to evolve in our LIFE, in which we have had to live.

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 If it were enough for us to be happy , things would be very easy; but we want to be happier than others, and this is almost always impossible, because we believe that others are much happier than they really are.