This section is all about saying nice things about each other, but there's nowhere we can really say anything nice about ourselves. Now there is. Please note that you can only say nice things, and you can't backtrack. It's a lot like the I Can... thread, but it's not just things that you can do, it's things that you have done, will do, etc. Any compliment that you can pay yourself goes in here, but any insults - even minor ones - will be deleted, since it defeats the point of the thread. Therefore if the word "but" comes into your head, ignore that part
I don't give myself enough credit. I know that I don't. I HATE saying nice things about myself. It makes me uncomfortable. But why shouldn't I feel good about myself? I worked on an award-winning radio show with my best friend for two years, I've worked with NASA, I run a successful forum, each style I make is better than the last (and the best part is that I still have loads to learn), my curiosity hasn't killed me yet - it's helped me in so many ways. Everything I've learnt about the internet and coding has been self-taught, as has much of what I know about computers. Despite what I think about myself I CAN write, I just need to stop avoiding it and running away and actually try again, since people like what I write, even my teachers liked what I write, so I need to stop preventing myself from achieving my dream, stop projecting, stop distracting, and get the fuck on with it, because I CAN do it.
Hm. It's actually really hard for me to talk about myself. xD Makes me feel narcissistic. But, I am a loving and caring person, I believe I am a good girlfriend, I have the means and the drive to become a successful lawyer regardless of what my parents like to think. I was strong enough to come out to my parents, and I feel confident enough with myself to achieve almost anything. I am getting more comfortable in my own skin by the day, to the point that I feel like I'm pretty, even when I didn't feel that way in the past.
I feel that each past month/year I have gotten better with my writing style in the form of written role play. I have learnt a lot during this time, and have grown with working on figuring out and creating a good character to write about.
I was scared as hell with working with babies at work this year, but over the last almost two months in the room, I have learnt so much about each and everyone one of them. I have managed to keep up with the writing aspect of the role, and have created many fun, and homemade experiences for them to explore and learn from. It has been great to see that my colleagues also appreciate what I have done for the room, and it makes be proud to be with this centre.