Why is it they want to be someone or something that they are not?
I hesitate in writing this. I am guilty of this myself growing up. I wanted to be a shorter girl, the thinner girl, a prettier girl. I didn’t want to be myself? What was wrong with who I was and why wasn’t I comfortable being myself?
I see young girls these days trying to somebody, anybody, just not themselves. Why don’t they see now wonderfully awesome they are? They strive to be another. When they look in the mirror they don’t see how beautiful they are. When they look in the mirror they don’t see how special they are. When they look in the mirror they want to be someone else.
How can I fault them when they can’t see their beauty that any mirror reflects? What is the secret to loving themselves when they look in the mirror?