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    Hi,
    I think this is an insecurity thing but I'm not really sure.
    I am genuinely quite a happy person I think, and I have a fun-loving personality.

    However, there's an element to me where I wish I were someone else, and had their life.

    I'm very grateful for my family and friends and the life I have (even though I am quite poor).

    I always seem to see someone, whether one of my friends or a celebrity and wish I had their life. I don't wish it in a material or money way, but just admire how happy and fun they seem.

    Do you guys do this?

    How can I love the people around me and my family and life more to stop doing this? Thank you.
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    Don't use a lot of time on social media like ig or Facebook ..
 
 
 
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