You’ve been misled for so many years to believe that your body is imperfect, flawed, and unworthy of love, but I’m here to remind you that your worth is not defined by your body.
There are many ways to reduce the negative self-talk in your life.
It’s exhausting having people tell you what you should value, what you should change, and who you should be when the only person you should be is you.
The strongest thing about you was the thing he had forgotten to appreciate—your audacity.
We so effortlessly define our worth by our failures when it is because of our failures that we are offered the chance to create our greatest growths.
You are not a tormenting weed amongst perpetual beauty, you are a winter wildflower waiting patiently to blossom when the sun reaches your roots and proclaims your time to flourish.
Quit waiting for a better opportunity to present itself and go out and create one.
We’re so focused on other people—looking good for other people, pleasing other people, making other people like us—that the orthodox has now become simply forgetting to love ourselves.