In January, I began a series here called “Comparing Ourselves to Others…and what it does to us.” Today, I’m wrapping up the series.
Over the weeks, guest writers have shared with us their stories—their experiences—with comparisons…what they learned, how they struggled, and even how in some ways comparisons can be good.
I’ve enjoyed reading these posts and thinking about my own experiences. But maybe even more, I’ve liked reading the comments from readers and remembering that every one of us has a story…a story that can touch another person…if we’re willing and brave enough to share it.
If you’ve been visiting throughout the series, thank you for spending your time with me. If you’re new here, you can find all of the posts here: Comparisons Series. And thank you to all of my guests who took the time to write and share their stories.
Is there a particular post you connected with? Something that really made you think, and maybe change the way you compare yourself to someone else? I’d love to hear about it in the comments…if you’re willing to share. J