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The Comparing Game: Escape The Comparing Paradigm, Embrace Your Own Uniqueness, Be Your True Self

The Comparing Game: Escape The Comparing Paradigm, Embrace Your Own Uniqueness, Be Your True Self by Grace Scott 1508658870 9781508658870
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Do You Always Compare Yourself To Others?** Most bronze medalists are happier than silver medalists, because bronze medalists compare themselves with all the people who competed but won no medal at all, while the silver medalists compared themselves with the gold medal winners and tortured themselves with the belief that they could have won the gold medal.Our perception of the society around us is developed through our observation and understanding. We see, meet and communicate with hundreds of people through every phase of our life. We learn about other people and through these experiences, we learn about ourselves. This is the theory of comparison. People come to know themselves by evaluating the successes, beliefs and attitudes of the people around them. Regardless of positive or negative, upward or downward, social and emotional comparison dictates the decisions and beliefs of everyone in todays modern society.In this guide, we will deconstruct the habits and perceptions that lead to the consistent comparison we make in our daily lives. We will discuss reasons behind this phenomenon and elaborate on it by providing information about the long-term effects of such habits.Here is a Preview of What We will Discuss..Real-Life Scenarios of How People Comparing Themselves to OthersWhy Comparisons are Always UnfairHow to Get Out of This Comparing MentalityWhy Comparisons Often Result in ResentmentHow to Compare with Yourself for ImprovementComparing with others may seem like a minor glitch in our thought process. But through this guide, we will expand on the impact of this seemingly minor habit. How social comparison affects our lives and how we attempt to combat these practices are amongst some of the issues tackled in this book. We will also explore and understand the social structures that construct peoples opinions and why happiness and success is measured through the process of comparison rather than self-exploration.

Author: Grace Scott

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 50

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2015-02-27

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