Everybody knows people who aren’t picture perfect. Freckles, acne, acne scars. Their faces aren’t perfectly symmetrical. Bodies of different sizes. Thick lush locks, or thinning hair. They speak with an accent, or maybe these people just aren’t very articulate. None of this matters when you get to know them.
What we see is so much more. Sadly they themselves don’t see it. They might even be gorgeous but in their head they just feel gross. Their movements aren’t fluid and are quite clumsy. No matter what products they use or how many times they wash, their skin just feels oily and dirty. Deep in their psyche something is feeding these insecurities. We all have a friend or family member like this. The people you are affectionate about don’t see how great of a human being they and how little these things matter to you or the world. When they talk to someone they are analyzing every flaw.
Whatever your opinion is of yourself. Someone right now thinks the world of you. Everyone deserves to know that they are loved and are beautiful. “But my…” It doesn’t mean anything. Stop and look in the mirror. Tell yourself that you’re beautiful. Allow yourself to feel confident, to feel happy. Nobodies better then you, they’re just different. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Another words it’s objective. You might judge a woman for being heavy set. Possibly make a joke about this woman behind her back. But what you don’t know is that despite being in a severe car accident she has kept the use of her legs after months of physical therapy, along with her amazing sense of humor despite the situation. That’s beauty you could never find in a magazine.
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