I’ve compared myself to others since I was six years old.
I remember sitting at my desk in the first-grade classroom, eyeing the girl in her Brownie uniform and wishing I could be as cute as she was.
In high school and college, I compared myself to the other cheerleaders, the smartest girl in school, our class president.
With the advent of social media as a young mom, my comparison complex became worse than ever.
I felt I could never measure up to the other moms who had the perfectly behaved kids, the coordinated outfits, and
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