You’ve probably met me before…..

I'm your insecurity

Insecurity loves viscous circles.
Insecurity loves viscous circles.

You’ve probably met me already, my name is Insecurity, you can find me anywhere; in someone’s face, personality, spots, weight, hair, walk, health, brain, accent, smell, everyone knows me, I’m everywhere. 

To be honest I have far too much work cut out, making people insecure all over the place, they don’t understand how busy I am. They just keep on calling me back. Some people actually get so greedy for me, they work themselves up into a proper frenzy and freak out! 

Wow, just to know I have this effect on people gives me such a warm feeling inside, that’s why I’m on call 24/ 7, the slightest sniffle of an insecurity cropping up in someone’s brain, rings my alarm bells and I’m there in less than a second. You could say that I’m even faster than Superman and more powerful than any super hero in the world, because I know exactly how to get into my fan’s heads. 

They all want me, what can I say?”

What can you say? 

The worst part is, that when you think you’ve conquered one thing and accustomed your brain to learn to deal with ‘insecurity’, something else will crop up and bite you on the ass! 

We all have insecurities from time to time, and some more than others. Unfortunately, they crop up the most when you’re usually at some low point in life, such as a break up or life crisis. Insecurity likes viscous circles, in fact, insecurity loves going around these circles. 

The idea here is to face what insecurities you have, by looking at where it comes from, and changing your view about it, so that you’re not creating this cycle, which in turn, feeds the blighter! 

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