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Re: Self=esteem at low level --Partly Cloudy

Posted by Nadezda on August 26, 2008, at 12:22:06

In reply to Re: Self=esteem at low level Nadezda, posted by Partlycloudy on August 25, 2008, at 13:29:48

Thanks for the ideas, PC.

When you sell something on your website-- why not feel proud? You set it up and made the item look appealing enough and represented yourself in a good way-- I do a lot of onlook window-shopping,and I'm only really drawn in by a good website with good photos and clear explanations, etc-- so you have every right to feel great when you sell something.

But I suppose that can't always go well-- the downside is feeling bad when it doesnt. So it is important ( I suppose--) to have other sources of self-esteem-- or taking care of yourself.

I'd love to go to a nearby coffee shop and read for a while. But I always feel like I'll never go back-- and I"m a slow reader. A page takes me forever. Going once isn't going to get me to have read anything.

And as Llurpsie said-- I could go to a museum or gallery. But I have to get myself motivated to go out-- really. After my trip to SF (which was a complete departure for me) I need to keep up the connection to the world, which I let lapse almost completely.

Maybe you or Llurpsie wants to come with me to the Met or the Museum of Modern Art (only when they're free to the public-- though!)?

It's a vicious cycle-- I don't go alone-- but then I don't do anything-- so I don't have any friends-- so I don't do anything.

What do you sell on your website?





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