The problem is that most comparisons are negative and based on insecurities and fear. This can lead to a person becoming very bitter about another individual and even angry. Negative comparisons like these often damage a person’s self-worth because they believe that they are not good enough.
Some people use comparisons to boost their ego and to validate that they are great. This can often backfire and when it does the person is left feeling angry and bitter and their self-esteem takes a big hit. People make validation comparisons for quick ego boosts, but these are not foolproof by any means.
There are a lot of people that idolize others and end up being overly dependent on them. They dedicate their lives to making these people happy and can only be happy themselves if they feel they have done enough. In this situation, the person being idolized has too much control over the other person.
Not all comparisons are bad as you will learn in this guide. You can use comparisons to improve your life and you will learn exactly how to do this. The aim of this guide is to move you away from negative comparisons and start using positive comparisons to make your life better.
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