You’ve officially been assigned into the Cute Girl Category. We know you applied for the Sexy Category, but after a panel of qualified straight men examined your portfolio and read your personal statement, we decided that you definitely have more potential to be Cute rather than Sexy.
It’s not all meditative breaths and long relaxing exhales.
Learn to love who you are now. Look at the positive side of things, your journey, the steps you’ve taken to reach the place you have today.
While I’m all for accepting people as they are, I have a huge problem with individuals who are one hamburger away from a heart attack choosing to criticize my thinness.
A wise sister once told me that your life score is not about counting the currency but rather the smiles.
Self-acceptance is the new kale, and although it’s just as good for you, it’s really uncomfortable. The books and TEDTalks preach mindfulness and compassion, but they gloss over the parts of the process that are more a slap in the face than meditative.
Stop feeding yourself with negative thoughts such as I can’t, I hate my body, I’m too small, too fat, not pretty enough, not smart enough, because darling you are more than enough.
You may think that becoming smaller and smaller will make you more lovable, but you’re already lovable just as you are.
“I have a skin condition—it’s not contagious, but it’s ugly, so be prepared.”