Insecurity and Truth  

Erotic_Kat 38F
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4/29/2006 3:04 pm

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Insecurity and Truth

When someones says something to you and it hits a nerve is that just an insecurity highlighted within you or is it closer to the truth that you don't want to admit?

I for one am in two minds about this. I don't want to think that I am insecure but I think most people are in some small way, therefore it makes sense that I am too.

But is it closer to the truth? What is truth? We all have different interpretation of the same event - that surely mean that subjectively they are all truths. So is there such a thing as pure truth?

There are facts and figure but then there are lies, damn lies and statistics (can't remember who said this to give them credit!)

In writing this I think I have answered my own questions. Truth is subjective and therefore open to interpretation.

But back to the point.

Something is said and it hits a nerve - it can't be the truth since truth is subjective so it must mean that it has drawn on your insecurities.

But then what do you do to solve your insecurities? Can you even resolve them? Does acknowledging them for what they are give you the power to let go of them?

I bloody hope so!

rm_author7 64M

5/3/2006 1:51 pm

Excellent questions, well thought out and answered. I empathise with the feelings of doubt and insecurity but I believe we can resolve any issues.

As for having the power to let them go? I think that depends on how deep the insecurity is bedded and how strong the person can be in themselves.

Given time (and some support) I believe we can. Automobilesauthor7

swiftsurenav 38M

5/6/2006 2:16 pm

I think you pretty much hit the nail on the head. I don't think anyone else can "Make you feel bad" I think you can only let them. At the end of the day what someone says to you maybe their opinion and their interpretation but the way you react to it is you alone. I think facing insecurities is the only way to get over them or at least deal with them.
Just remember whatever you feel insecure about there is always something to feel proud of in contrast. Facing up to yourself is one of the bravest things I think anyone can do, lets face it how many people actually do?

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