Comparison is not so healthy,but it, too, is natural to our human nature. We begin comparing what others have that we don’t have almost before we can walk!As we grow older, the comparison extends to how we look (does she have a better figure, is he better looking?), our skills and talents (her paintings are more beautiful than mine, he’s a better athlete), our jobs (she got the raise, he has a bigger office), and even our marriages and families (she has the perfect husband, his children are more popular than mine). Comparison can lead to jealousy, envy, and a loss of confidence.The key is to look only to your own accomplishments. Focus on what you have, what you’ve achieved, and what you hope to succeed at in the future. It’s about YOU, not her, not him. Be proud of what you have, who you are, and how hard you worked to reach this point. Never let someone else’s star shine any brighter than your own.
The key is to never let someone else’s opinion dampen your self-assurance. Don’t compromise your confidence for fear of how others see you. How you see yourself is the most important opinion to be considered.
Comparison is not always bad, in some cases , it could inspire you. Sometimes, it gives direction or eye opening senses. If you have an ability to see it positively with learning attitude than new message could be pass to you.
It is purely depend upon you that how you take it. Francis Bacon asserted very profoundly that ” There is no comparison between that which is lost by not succeeding and that which is lost by not trying.”