10 Uncomfortable Signs You’re Actually Becoming The Person You’re Supposed To Be


We all want to be ‘Someone’; someone bigger and larger than our own selves but being that someone requires us to go through certain significant changes. Change is bound to make you feel uncomfortable but because you are becoming the person that you wanted to become, you must accept the change and steer clear of any anxiety that the change causes.

You must open yourself up to new experiences and you should begin to realize the beauty of change.

But the uncomfortable signs of this process cannot be ignored. They are as follows:

1. Independence Mode On:

You are absolutely independent in your life now. This means that you wish and desire and even do all the things by yourself and this independence is absolutely important to you. You live so that you can be independent. Sometimes, this independence makes you feel alone and uncomfortable but you don’t want to give it up for anything else in the whole wide world.

This is because you feel that you are in charge of everything and this feeling is of utmost pleasure to you.


2. You are not an absolute fan of yourself:

There is one certain constant feeling that you have. This feeling is that you feel that you are a project. Now, what does that mean?

This means that you feel that you have unfinished business to do on yourself. You think that you are a project that needs polishing and you strive for this kind of excellence in your daily life. Also, you are aware of the key areas that you should work on and this awareness is indeed the beginning of the change that you desire to achieve in your life.


3. You so want to dump the unnecessary relationships:

With maturity comes a realization that some relationships come with a lot of baggage and stress. This means that some relationships are not that good for us as we think they are.

This means that you will realize that you need to dump these unnecessary relationships and you want to start afresh on this front because you realize that you are strong enough to deal with the loneliness and sadness that breaking some of these relationships may cause. But what you are striving for is real and you don’t wish to compromise that at all.


4. Trust? What is that?

You have been through a lot, obviously. And this ‘a lot’ has taught you one important thing which is that you can only trust a few people in your life. You wish to put your faith, trust, time and energy into a selected few because you don’t want your trust to be broken.

You have often been in a position where you had to question your ability to trust but now you are certain: You must trust only after checking that that person deserves your trust.


5. Do you feel life is not offering you much?

You desire and wish for new experiences every day and this desire pushes you towards betterment. But you always complain that life is not offering you enough. What does that mean?

This means that you always feel that life could offer you something more and something important and better. And you wait for life to offer you new experiences because you love them.