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Why do some women get stuck saying one three-letter syllable, “beautiful”? Isn’t it just a misconception that certain people are more beautiful than others? We have heard this word thousands of times, and it seems worn out. Why so? Why are women putting themselves down, or is it a word with no real meaning?
Just a way to show that some are above others, so somewhere a lonely person. They can feel a little happiness and fulfillment because they feel above someone. What I want to talk about is self-esteem.
Can anyone be beautiful?
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Can you determine what’s considered beauty?
Being beautiful is having qualities of beauty. This is a firm definition from a dictionary, meaning beautiful can mean different things. There’s no objective fact of what is considered not beautiful. So it all comes down to what people believe is in the category of beauty. From how you act and perceive.
Don’t forget that beauty comes in different forms, not only the physical appearance but how you act and treat others. If you feel ugly on the inside, it shows on the outside. For some reason, the inside part is left in the dark. There’s misleading that being beautiful mainly depends on attractiveness (physical appearance).
Have you ever heard someone say, “this is the most beautiful person in the world“? Well, I have good news: you could be equally beautiful. Try not to give people the satisfaction of letting down your beliefs. No use in holding up to others’ standards because it’s about reclaiming our confidence.
Everything is beautiful; all that matters is to be able to interpret.
So what influence these type of thoughts?
Most of this comes down from society. We’re talking about magazines, tv, watching movies, and of course, one of the biggest ones is social media, which plays a big part in our lives. A lot of young adults follow right behind it. Many women become insecure about their appearance because they want to be perfect. Well, I’m 100% positive there isn’t a human being that is perfect on earth.
Social media has some perks, but be self-aware of what you post. From the comment section to the image, either one can take a dip in your beliefs.
All these influences make you start to wonder negatively. By putting down one’s self-esteem by saying comments about yourself. Such as, “Why is my nose too big?” “Why don’t I have perfect teeth”? “Why is my body shape different from everyone else’s?”
Whether it’s because your shape has a thickness or is not thick enough, or you are feeling like you can’t leave out the house with a full face of makeup, not because you love expressing yourself. But you don’t like how your facial features look.
However, if you’re unhappy, ask yourself why you feel it. It could be masked by sadness or something more profound. Such as depression or psychological problems can become a huge concern.
*If so, please get in touch with a professional*
Why is it so hard to say, “I’m beautiful.”
Maybe some people don’t want to say “I’m beautiful” because they dislike being arrogant. It’s all how you say it, not what you say. Nothing terrible about being confident about how you look on the outside. To say it with value and do it with the intention of meaningfulness.
Here’s a tip for you, when you get up in the morning and start to get ready in the bathroom. Look in the mirror and say what you love about your physical appearance.
Everyone has unique qualities and talents, as well as a focus on what you don’t have to identify your strengths in such a positive way. As a result, we need to learn our feelings about judgment without the intention of hurting ourselves.
By sticking with this and doing it more often, you’ll see it will become easier and easier daily. When that moment has happened, you can officially have channel positivity. It can be pretty uplifting — for whatever emotional state you are in.
This concept is about loving yourself and not worrying too much about what others see. It’s about what you see through your own eyes.
Interpretation means something
When believing who you are and being happy about it, you’ll figure out that this word changes how you perceive yourself in society.
You’ll have more meaningful friendships.
We need to build self-worth so that we won’t be at a point where our tongue is not tied from saying, “I’m Beautiful.” Remember, don’t measure your worth on a societal scale.
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