Right from our childhood, we have been growing up observing the ways and actions of whosoever we’ve surrounded ourselves with. Beginning right from our parents to the neighbors, our friends and teachers in schools and college and all the random person we’ve come across in life, we’ve picked up some or the other good or bad traits from them that have shaped into what we are right now.
Whether you believe it or not you are what your surrounding is and the people in it. You, of course, possess a personality of your own, but that very character is polished and shaped by the people you’re accompanied by. If you are a student or an office goer, mostly it’s the colleague who sits by your side who influences you the most by the way they work, their ideas, their way of talking and their characteristics. You fetch something or the other from the person you stay along with the most. You might notice a change in your own self and your behaviors when you shift from one office to another or a shift from one home to another with different neighbors of different personalities.
While it’s not something bad to imbibe something or the other from the different person but at the same time if you try to emulate someone’s thought and behavior every time you change your surroundings, you tend to lose your individual self. We often do such a thing because they feel that the other person is cooler and possess something better than our own selves. Never give away with this fact that whatever you are, makes the best version of yourself and no one can ever have what you have in you, and that’s what makes every individual unique.
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