Hello humans! So I just thought of this little game!!!
So basically you have to say one thing that you love about yourself or something good that happened in your day and than say something you hate about yourself or something bad that happened today. In the next post give the person a little advice on how there day can be a little better.
Shelly- i love my hair
I hate how my mother insults my looks and clothes
Zach- hey Shelly I’m sorry about your mom. Have you maybe tried reasoning with her? Or having a talk with her about how you feel?
I love my eyes
I hate that my girlfriend won’t tell the truth
Etc. from there!
I love my crystal greenish blue eyes.
I hate how I always seem to be the third wheel when there’s trouble.
I love my lips, they’re really a nice size and shape
I hate how I always get caught up in stupid drama
I love my freckles
I hate my lack of intelligence
@Hiraeth Why do you say you hate your lack of intelligence? We all have that multiple intelligence
I love being stubborn. I can pursue what i want and never minding the criticisms around.
I hate being sucked up to my feelings sometimes.
I love my creativity
I hate that I get too damn attached to cute guys that aren’t nearly as attached to me as I am to them. But hey. If he wants to see me again, he’ll call. If not, he’s not worth my time.
I love how when I cry my eyes turn a really pretty shade of green
I hate how it’s only when I cry and not all the time.
I have nice boobs (not trying to be arrogant I just like them lol)
I hate being tired all the time
This doesn’t really look like a game. The what you love about yourself part sounds positive, but the second part of what you hate sounds negative.
Well you were supposed to also give some advice or compliment them so in the end it was supposed to be positive!
I love how i am outgoing and social, and pretty much always nice
I hate how people abuse my niceness.
Things I love about myself…I try not to not be mean or judge people
Things I hate about myself (so many things)-I find it almost impossible to motivate myself to do things
I like my hair, and my sense of humor
I dislike that I can be a know-it-all, and that it’s so hard for me to be open about my emotions, even with those close to me.
Hi Noah , you can work on your emotions! Have you tried starting by writing? Writing is a great way to express what you feel. And maybe then start slowly sit down with someone and say “look I don’t know to express myself very well but I feel ___ and I feel ____ , could you maybe help me?”
About being a “know-it-all” , it’s a hard flaw, but try to keep your mind open. Cause you’re always learning, always hearing another people’s perspective of things, so why not listen to them and grow up a bit more as a human being @noah-2 ?
I love my eyes. They’re unique. They are green mixed with grey and the corner of the eye is black, so it really pops out the green.
I hate my ability of socialising. I’m always trying to please others and I don’t know how to be myself in situations when I meet new people, even with friends I have that problem
I like being a guy.
I hate change – it stresses me.
I think you could see your socializing as a strength, as a valuable part of who you are. While it may not seem like you, it is. It helps others feel at ease quicker, it keeps things from getting awkward. While you may be an introvert, you can still use your socializing to make a group function better and be happier. Just make sure you recharge your energy levels in the times when things are quiet.
Change is intimidating because it’s uncomfortable, it’s new, and regardless of who you are, it’ll be stressful. Whether that’s positive or negative stress depends on the person, and a lot of the time depends on how you view it initially. The two sides to that are usually either seeing opportunities to get ahead and try new things, or fear of what could be lost, especially when you are not in control. It’s healthy to have stability and enjoy the present, but it’s also good to try to see the benefits change can offer you in the future, and try to see ways it may help you. It’s okay to not like it, but try to remember that things that are scary can also be incredibly rewarding!
I love that I get excited about and really appreciate little things, like when I see a cute dog or a squirrel with an extra fluffy tail and it makes my day.
I hate that I’m really inconsistent with my moods and opinions and every part of my life, it makes me feel like I have a weak identity.