<div class="entry-hword"> <h1 class="hword">comparison</h1> </div> <div class="entry-attr"><span class="fl">noun |</span> <span class="word-syllables"> com·par·i·son </span><span class="prs"> <span class="first-slash">\</span> <span class="pr"><span class="mw">kəm-ˈper-ə-sən</span> </span></span></div> <strong class="mw_t_bc">1. </strong>the act or process of comparing: <strong class="mw_t_bc"> </strong>an examination of two or more items to establish similarities and dissimilarities. The act of comparison can be detrimental to one's self esteem.
We all compare, and with social media taking over our lives it’s becoming harder and harder to stop comparing ourselves with others. Let’s talk about comparison and why it is a confidence killer. Lots of us struggle with comparing ourselves to other women. Whether it’s physically or financially, we’ve been doing it long before Instagram and Pinterest. Media is so focused towards women and making us wish that we looked and felt differently. And we constantly buy into it. We see someone is skinnier than us, we want to be skinny. Someone is curvier than us, we want to be curvy. Someone has more vacations than us, we want more…