Updated: Jan 31
Are you self-conscious about your big ears, huge nose, voluptuous lips, bushy eyebrows, or obvious mole?
If you are, then, all you want to do is to curse your luck because you're getting tired of its eye-catching qualities – attention, for what you might think are all for the wrong seasons.
We have a question for you. Why don’t you consider taking this type of attention as a compliment?
Remind yourself that beauty is within the eye of the beholder.
Yes, only you have the power to define what is beautiful, and make it work to your advantage.
Your features are extensions of your character – they describe your personality.
It might be hard to believe, but not everyone who is blessed with a perfectly symmetrical face is considered attractive.
In fact, some "perfect" faces are boring. They don’t have charming features; they’re just dull.
Most celebrities who have something unique or different about them are the ones who are lucky enough to have gained celebrity status due to their looks.
Celebrities like kim Kardashian and Sarah Jessica Parker, just to name a few, are famous for their looks because they’ve got features that most people don’t have: Kardashian for her figure and Parker for her crooked nose.
Both have completely distinctive looks, but both are considered attractive.
When you have something that most people don't have, people will definitely want to take a second look at you and admire how different you are from them.
That’s just human nature.
To make peace with your problem areas, you must first come to terms with how you look.
Yes, we are validating how you look, knowing that unique features must be embraced.
Certainly, you might have encountered some people who would want to hurt your self esteem by "advising" you to fix your problem areas.
But the right way to respond to such negativity is by ignoring it.
Give yourself a favour and start enjoying the way you naturally look.
People can spot confidence from a mile away, and if you happen to be exuding it, people won’t care about your looks and won’t give you a hard time about it.
Instead, they’ll be more likely to feel happy about standing beside someone who is comfortable in their own skin, unlike someone who isn’t feeling that way.
By changing your own perspective, other people will change theirs as well.
It’s that simple!
And you’ll start drawing people in like a magnet.
Hence, the moral of the story is to focus on yourself, or on your own happiness, and become friends with your problem areas.
Here comes the fun part. Now, it’s your turn to share your stories about the attention you got because of your looks or "problem areas;" were they negative or positive? Don't forget to like and share =)
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