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24th Feb: What are you proud of? watch

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    This week on Radio 1’s Surgery, Gemma and Dr Radha are talking about PRIDE!

    What are you proud of? Do you shout about being proud of yourself? Tell us here!

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    my second language
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    Nothing at all.
    I feel sad yet curiously drawn to why someone would answer like this.
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    I feel sad yet curiously drawn to why someone would answer like this.
    There's less to me than meets the eye.
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    There's less to me than meets the eye.
    Doubly drawn now to someone who goes against the natural human need to be deep, and casually admits to being basic, as I now think it suggests you understand depth enough to go against it. You could also just not care, though, which was interesting when I was 15 and is now not
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    I'm not particularly proud of anything I've done, but I am proud of my mum. She's been through a lot and is a very wise, loving woman and I am thankful for having her.
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    Doubly drawn now to someone who goes against the natural human need to be deep, and casually admits to being basic, as I now think it suggests you understand depth enough to go against it. You could also just not care, though, which was interesting when I was 15 and is now not
    I don't know if I care or not about anything really although I certainly did once upon a time.

    I certainly have no self-esteem or ego to speak of. Not worthy of protecting anyway. I don't have a past that I am proud of (achieved nothing really) and I don't have a future full of bright lights and giddy aspirations.
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    I have a happy family.
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    Proud of getting my life back on track and going back to college i gueessssss
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    I don't know if I care or not about anything really although I certainly did once upon a time.

    I certainly have no self-esteem or ego to speak of. Not worthy of protecting anyway. I don't have a past that I am proud of (achieved nothing really) and I don't have a future full of bright lights and giddy aspirations.
    Well, I thought you were being ironic. Shocked and dismayed that someone can actually be...honest. I see that the golden age of internet: lies, humblebrags and insults is a false promise. But seriously, do you really think that? Success is subjective, but I guess to your own standards you haven't done what you wanted, which I feel you for. So far, neither have I, though I have an almost stupid amount of giddy aspirations left for some reason. Also, self esteem? What is that, I don't know that thing.
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    Too many things and I'm not being arrogant, I just genuinely think it's healthy to love yourself, it helps you get through anything!
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    my background I'm from a country called Afghanistan. I hate when people put there ethnicities first, I take pride in being Afghan then being Uzbek but I think the countries name should change to ariana or khorasan
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    I'm proud of how I helped myself recover from panic disorder and agoraphobia. It was harder than it looked. I'm proud of some of my academic achievements too but I'm more proud of what I've achieved in regards to beating those conditions.

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    Still being alive and pushing on.

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    Trivial I know, but I'm proud of teaching myself Russian...it's difficult to learn but I like the challenge ^_^
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    I am proud of myself for seeking out more opportunities to become involved in my university despite my anxiety with being around people I don't know.
 
 
 
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