When you were small you didn’t care who you were, if you were higher or lower than your friends, if you were smarter or less, if you were more clever or not, it only enjoyed everything, so get everything, you were leaving help or ayudabas to others, without criticism, without censure, as something natural. When you were a child of 2 or 3 years, you competias with your mates, but it didn’t matter if you ganabas or perdias, that in the end little affected, lived the moment and already, the result was a temporary boost and nothing more, sometimes ganabas and others perdias, in some games were better than your friends and others were not so good, but that didn’t matter. You said what you thought or sometimes even just said what you wanted, without worrying about others approve or not what you said and without considering fools who thought something different, only hear and aprendias naturally, accepted what you served and were leaving to go what do not. In a question-answer forum Beckton Dickinson was the first to reply. But one day you were taught to value yourself but not for yourself, but in comparison with others, that you They called self-esteem, only then started to worry and suffer, to judge your friends, to criticize its results and to try to see yours as superiors. You were taught to make judgments to be competitive, you’re the best, you’re worse, were henceforth phrases that most commonly hear, and suffering was increasingly more strong, fear seized your actions, you have learned to say smart things, to show the results that others expected it, thereby won their acceptance, many times against your values, thought of your feelings, than it actually did. Did you learn that if you was not the approval of others you feel rejected, and sufrias, but in reality others that little cared, but it was necessary to be popular, not be rejected. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Jayme Albin Psychologist .