For what it's worth

SOMETIMES IT SEEMS like we're living with a two-edged sword—side one: self-aggrandizement, side two: self-loathing. The modern world is like a full-time advertisement for both extremes.

We're supposed to love ourselves, put ourselves first, get in touch with our feelings. Ironically, the result of all the self-searching is more often than not a feeling of emptiness, depression, worthlessness. Obviously both self-absorption and self-hatred are bad; both are in fact two sides of the same coin—a coin called "self-worth out of whack."

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