Kamis, 21 Maret 2013

Peculiar contradition

There is a peculiar contradiction—everybody thinks you are doing so well and everybody thinks you are great, but your real problem is that you think that you are not good enough. You are afraid not living up to what you think you are expected to do. You have one great fear, namely that of being ordinary, or average, or common—just not good enough. This peculiar dieting begins with such anxiety. You want to prove that you have control, that you can do it. The peculiar part ot it is that it makes you feel good about your self, makes you feel “I can accomplish something.” It makes you feel “I can do something nobody else can do.” (Bruch, 1978, p.128 dalam Comer, 1992)



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