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God, I just wish I was a different person so badly. How can I accept myself? I have an 'ideal' person in my mind - completely different to how I am now - and can't stop thinking about becoming them. I like myself, but I keep thinking that I'm going to miss out and waste my youth being the way I am now. I'm a typical loser with no friends but changing into my 'ideal' won't change any of that, and I'm content by myself, anyway.
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>>25358982
Stop looking inward and start looking forward, do what you can do to improve your situation, if you can't then tough luck, learn to stop thinking about it.
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>>25358982
>can't stop thinking about becoming them
Make a sequential list of things you think you need to work on and work on them diligently in order, one at a time. The task only seems daunting because you're not breaking it down into more reasonable individual parts.
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>>25359019
Thank you anons, but my problem is not improving to be a better person, but just changing up my entire style/personality because it's what I find attractive, even if I really like who I am now. Changing wouldn't improve me at all, it'd just be a, well, change.
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