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An upbeat, inspirational guide to finding happiness in an often toxic social media world, from bestselling author Melissa Ambrosini.
Comparisonitis / com·par·isoni·tis/ (noun)
The compulsion to compare one's accomplishments to another's to determine relative importance.
Multiple bestselling author Melissa Ambrosini (Mastering Your Mean Girl, Open Wide, PurposeFULL) and host of the #1 podcast The Melissa Ambrosini Show puts the condition of Comparisonitis under the microscope, unpacking the symptoms, and offering practical tips you can start using immediately to break the cycle of comparison, free up mental bandwidth, and live life on your own terms.
When you cure Comparisonitis, you will:
Be free to live your life for you (no one else)
Feel peace from within
Experience genuine happiness
Truly appreciate your body and life
Free up SO much mental bandwidth for things you LOVE
Quit beating yourself up
Have more energy to go after the things that truly matter to you
Experience a radical shift towards authenticity
Be a better friend, partner, parent, family member, colleague, human
Free yourself from expectations
Unleash the courage to go after your dreams
Unstifle your creativity
Feel more liberated than you've ever felt in your life
And much more...
It creeps up on you without warning-perhaps while chatting with a friend, scrolling through social media, or even just while walking down the street.
All it takes is the hint of someone doing or having something you perceive as 'better' than you, and it hits. A feeling takes over-intense, blinding, gutting. Your brain starts spinning with toxic thoughts about yourself (or others), and you're left feeling ashamed, guilty, and even worthless.
It's called comparisonitis. And if you've suffered from it, you're NOT alone.
Comparisonitis is a contagious, socially transmitted condition that occurs when you compare yourself to others so frequently and fiercely that you're left paralyzed, with your confidence in tatters and your self-worth plummeting. It may sound trivial, but this affliction can have serious adverse effects on our mental health, leading to depression, anxiety, overthinking, and regret. To make matters worse, our comparison culture is only expanding. Thanks to social media, we have more opportunities to compare ourselves than ever before, and even kids are falling into the trap.
Described as a 'self-help guru' by Elle magazine, Melissa has experienced the effects of comparisonitis first hand, having worked extensively in industries like acting, modeling and dancing where comparison culture is not only rampant but openly encouraged. Melissa knows all too well how comparisonitis is infecting our minds and hurting our hearts, and in this book, she'll help you heal from this disease, liberate your headspace, and raise your self-worth so radically that you'll never let comparison rob you of your joy and happiness again.
'Melissa is an incredible leader helping people build meaning and PURPOSEFUL LIVES through her inspiring work and powerful energy.' JAY SHETTY, #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR
'Melissa is an inspiring and POWERFUL VOICE for women everywhere making spiritual and personal development content relatable, digestible, and actionable for all.' JACK CANFIELD MULTIPLE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR
'Melissa is committed to making the world a better place, ONE RELATIONSHIP at a time.' MARIE FORLEO, #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR
'Melissa is an empowering voice for women around the world. She's a real powerhouse!' GABBY BERNSTEIN, #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR
About the Author
Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl, Open Wide, and the Audible Original PurposeFULL. Described as a 'Self-Help Guru' by Elle magazine, she is a speaker, self-love teacher and entrepreneur. She's also the host of the top-rated podcast The Melissa Ambrosini Show, where she shares her wisdom and interviews world-class performers and experts from around the globe including Jay Shetty, Gabby Bernstein, Anthony William, Seth Godin, Wim Hof, Bruce Lipton, John Gray, Erin Brokovich and Jack Canfield.
Melissa is uniquely positioned to blow the lid off the toxic disease of comparisonitis, having worked extensively in industries where comparison culture is not only rampant, but openly encouraged-including a decade treading the boards as a successful actor, model and dancer (including a year-long stint performing at the Moulin Rouge in Paris), before 'accidentally' becoming a social media influencer with hundreds of thousands of followers. Melissa is married to a rockstar (literally), and currently lives in Australia with her husband Nick Broadhurst, bonus son and baby in her belly.
By telling yourself that there is no point in trying, you give up the hope for anything better, so you settle for meh.
Often thoughts, where we compare ourselves to others, cause us to feel inferior and worse still incompetent. As an example, for some strange reason, we have come to believe the myth that every post of every moment, of every day, needs to be the latest breakthrough in treatment, service, innovation, or mindset.
comparisonitis (uncountable) The compulsion to compare one's accomplishments to another's to determine relative importance, etc.
Comparisonitis is a common illness that causes you to compare yourself to your friends, co-workers, siblings, and even celebrities.
Jealousy, like comparisonitis, can be negative. But jealousy can also show you a sign that you have been yearning for the thing you are jealous of.
Comparisonitis or "Everyone Else Is Better Than Me" | The Creative Penn Comparisonitis or "Everyone Else Is Better Than Me" "The amateur continuously rates himself in relation to others, becoming self-inflated if his fortunes rise, and desperately anxious if his star should fall.