I am not limited by statistics; I am unique.
I am a unique individual whose value is set by me, not by society. My social status, health and intelligence are exactly what they are meant to be, and it all works for me. I am exceptional and an exception to all rules set by others.
Society often sets the rule that attractiveness equals a lack of intelligence, but I am the exception to the rule. I am both attractive and intelligent.
The medical world tries to set rules regarding health and outcomes; I am an exception to those rules, too.
There may be many statistics that makes assumptions about the majority, but what those stats don’t take into consideration is that no two people are exactly alike. There is always an exception to the rule.
Even if I fit a specific statistic, I still feel that I am an exception. I do not like to be considered average. I soar above! You cannot shove me into a majority because I stand out from the crowd, not blend in.
I am, and always will be, the exception to the rule because I am not made out of average material.
1. What makes me exceptional?
2. In what ways am I an exception to the rule?
3. How does it make me feel to be a positive example of an exception?