I read all the self help books and started a blog

How should you cheer up a Yellow guy who takes L after L?

Yeow, what’s up.

it’s the Foolish Bubbul, and I read all the self help books so you don’t have to!

Titles include:

  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
  • Atomic Habits
  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
  • 12 Rules of Life
  • Models: Attract Women with Honesty
  • The Myth of Sisyphus
  • Thus Spoke Zarathustra
  • The Holy Bible
  • Mob Psycho 100

I’ll try to reduce all these down to 3 points:


  1. Be a low-key narcissist [*1]

Because that’s what people with self-esteem do. Your opinions about yourself matter more than theirs! Your needs are more important than theirs! Follow your heart! Other people shouldn’t control your thoughts or actions! Fight the mind virus!

Because once you compromise on your beliefs/actions/attitude/values for other people’s, you will feel like a beta and your psychology will reinforce that thought. 

This also means to develop self perception, respect, and belief. You can be anything!

  1. Be Perfect [*2]

Easier said than done, but oftentimes when you start believing in something really hard, it will materialize into reality. Let’s say you start thinking that your mom doesn’t understand you, so then you start reacting to your mom’s actions as if she doesn’t understand you. Even if she actually does understand you, if she notices that you are acting in a way that implies you don’t think she understands you, she will really start to not understand you. Strongly held beliefs can subconsciously alter people’s behaviors which then materializes the belief. 

So sit down and write down what person you want to be, how you’re going to get there, and just do it. Be careful what you decide to believe in; you can end up believing in anything since there’s basically no truth in this human world!

  1. Tell the Truth [*3]

To yourself, about yourself, and to other people as well. If you don’t feel well, or if you don’t like the situation, or if you made a huge mistake, just say it out loud. Not only does that imply you aren’t afraid of the repercussions, but it also makes you feel better about yourself.


With these three principles in mind, you should now be equipped with enough wisdom to make yourself a better person, by your own standards. And that concludes my presentation.

Footnotes:

[*1]: (But we don’t want to become a narcissist right? So remember to dial it back a bit…)

[*2]: (Wait but please note that you can’t envision you’re God, sorry it doesn’t work like that…)

[*3]: (Oh but you gotta remember all the social scenarios when there’s only one accepted answer…)

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