I love myself, but some days it is more of a negotiating process.
And now, now I am broken in more ways than I can admit to myself
Remember that your self-worth is not based on what you look like, what you have accomplished or haven’t accomplished, how much you weigh, how many likes and followers you have.
“Be yourself” is ignorant advice that’s peddled by self-help authors and motivational “gurus” who are more interested in making you feel good about yourself than helping you learn and grow.
There’s a shame society likes to cast on women who consider themselves attractive.
You’ll never be good enough for the things that are not yours. You’ll never be good enough for the things that don’t belong to you, the things that are not of your own.
We only have one body – why not love it the best we can?
Looking differently didn’t make me more valuable. It didn’t make me a better human being. And it absolutely did not change my relationship with myself.
I sit down to write an essay and I delete every word. My brain has been a trash bag lately.
To me, being confident means being comfortable with yourself, and in order to be comfortable with yourself, you need to love yourself.