Strength is: constructive, not destructive
There is no competition.
You think there is?
That means you’re weak, your self-worth is underdeveloped or based on fake values, and you compensate your bad self-management by putting down others in order to make you pretentiously feel better for a second, whereas all you do is state your own pathetic dependence on superficial societal game playing, stating your very (in)human(e) emotional immaturity.
The opposite is the admirable Miss Jada Pinkett Smith, whom I adore not for her sparkly shoes but for her impressive holistic philosophy amongst a primitive herd of Hollywood industry victims.
A letter to a friend:
Blended families are NEVER easy, but here’s why I don’t have a lot of sympathy for your situation because… we CHOOSE them. When I married Will, I knew Trey was part of the package…Period! If I didn’t want that…I needed to marry someone else. Then I learned if I am going to love Trey…I had to learn to love the most important person in the world to him…his mother. And the two of us may not have always LIKED each other… but we have learned to LOVE each other.
I can’t support any actions that keep a man from his children of a previous marriage. These are the situations that separate the women from the girls. Your behavior is that of an insecure child who needs to recognize her own weaknesses that MUST be strengthened to take on the task at hand. We can’t say we love our man and then come in between him and his children. THAT’S selfishness…NOT love. WOMAN UP… I’ve been there…I know. My blended family made me a giant… Taught me so much about love, commitment and it has been the biggest ego death to date. It’s time you let your blended family make you the giant you truly are.
I whole-heartedly agree! ♥