Welcome to another self centered post here at the Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally.
Notice how self centered this post is already?
Yesterday, I told people in therapy sessions not to judge themselves for being self centered. How could we not be self centered? If we don’t put ourselves in the center of our own lives, who will?
I, myself, constantly witness people judging themselves very harshly for being self centered, labeling themselves too selfish, too self-absorbed and even narcissistic. This is what I tell those selves:
“If you worry about being a narcissist, you’re not.”
I know my self well enough to know I’m not a narcissist, even though I’ve stopped worrying about that.
Here are some self centered photos from yesterday:
Michael himself centered that delicious food on a plate for me last night after my self-centered therapy group.
Here’s some Self Centered Blues:
This self is looking forward to some self centered comments, below.
Thanks to all the selves who helped my self create another self centered post and to you — of course! — for being your self.