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  • Marma
    September 28, 2020, 9:20 pm to Public
    I've been seeing a lot of self negativity lately. So I just wanted to say something:

    It's okay. It's okay to not get something right on the first try, it's okay to not be as good at certain things like your friends, it doesn't make you any less skillful. Whether you're just starting out, or have been doing something for a while, please don't think that you'll never be as good as someone you look up to or consider an idol. It's cliche to say, but with practice and help you'll get there too if you already aren't.

    It's okay to admit when you need help. Many people including myself have difficult times asking for help with "simple" things due to being afraid that they might be told that they're dumb or that they should know this. It's important to learn things, and it's 100% okay to ask about something or when you need help with something whether it'd be something with school, with your mental health, or with anything, it's okay to ask for help.
    (and you can always come to me. I'm here for you esp for this. <33)

    And finally, you aren't worthless, useless, or by any means unwanted. And if someone is telling you that, even if it's family, you need to cut them out asap. I know that it's one of the most difficult things to feel like you're enough or you matter, we're really our worst enemies when it comes to this. And I know even when you hear it, it's hard to accept, but please never forget that you matter. And your feelings are important.

    I'm sorry if this is out of nowhere or doesn't make much sense, but I feel like this is something that needed to be said.
    PuppyDogs124 said 2020-09-29 19:48:20
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    ❤❤❤
    Taehyunq_ said 2020-09-29 15:44:39
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    I know I'm really late for this, but I want to say this as well: Everyone is different. Some people need to try harder than others to get somewhere, but it doesn't mean you or they "suck." You might be better at something that your friends struggle with, and vice versa. I don't know if this will help anyone, but I believe this is a good thing to keep in mind.
    Whiteout- said 2020-09-29 07:47:53
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    thank you marma :)
    _carrot said 2020-09-29 01:51:03
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    thanks for this, I needed this and im sure many others did too. :'3
    Melodicapplez said 2020-09-29 01:07:37
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    thank you for this <3
    Nic Co said 2020-09-28 22:43:56
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    I really needed that. Thank you Marma <3
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