Not sure about the full details, but I would love to have your life on paper when I'm around your age! You must be really solid to be able to work in HR with social anxiety(if you have it).yes me too! I told my therapist this very same thing and she told me that I need to parent my inner child the way that I'm parenting my kids. I'm almost 40, a mom of two, and an HR Director... and inside I feel 12. I want to quit my job almost every day (I mean seriously what was I thinking getting into HR??) and I feel like such a fraud. And I feel embarrassed caring so much what other people think at my age. It's like everyone else grew up and stopped buying into the mob mentality, and I'm still stuck in middle school...
I have to strongly agree. I very much prefer the company of non-stuffy adults that be who they want to be instead of act like what they think they should be for everyone else. It is a good thing not to feel your age. Its a key ingredient to what makes affable people.As counter-intuitive as it may sound, I kind of don't want my inner child to die when I'm in my thirties. I don't want to lose that sense of wonder and curiosity that the child in me tries to maintain even in the face of adversity. My future children telling me "You just don't understand me" is one of my worst fears lol
Well, they seem to, but actually deep down everyone is scared. Maybe some people have less anxiety, or learn to actually enjoy the challenges of life, but what you see is not what you get when someone seems to have their **** together.Other people my age seem to handle life with enthusiasm but I dread almost everything.
I think that's part of it, but the other part is confidence. There are lots and lots of people and we all have to make choices. Some people's choices end up paying off and being overall positive and beneficial. Like a reward system that has trained up their confidence. They love leaving the house because something nice always happens when they do. They like job interviews because they always got hired. They like talking to the opposite sex because other people liked talking to them. Its like a snowball of positive results. Even when something bad happens, it takes many bad things to derail these people.Well, they seem to, but actually deep down everyone is scared.