Life Lessons With Jazzy: Learn To Love Thyself

…My nose is too big….

…I would look better if…

…Why does my butt look like that?…

…I look so gross!…

Do any of these phrases resonate with you whenever you look at yourself in the mirror? If so, please stop doing this because there is NOTHING wrong with you! Everybody has flaws and no human is born perfect. This is why we need to learn to love ourselves and be accepting of who we are. Your flaws are what make you “unique” which is why it is imperative that we learn to work with what we have. Stop being so hard on yourself and focus on the positives instead of the negatives. Learn to uplift yourself instead of constantly putting yourself down because whether you know it or not, YOU GOT IT GOING ON!

The Definition of Perfect

What is the definition of perfect? Honestly there is no true definition of perfection when it comes to beauty because it is literally all in your head! Stop allowing society to tell you how to look and act because only you know what’s best for yourself. What might look good on someone else may not look good on you. Work with the features that god gave you and stop worrying about everyone else. Confidence is the best outfit that you can wear, so put a smile on your face and wear it with pride! You are perfect just the way you are and NEVER allow anyone to tell you otherwise.

  One thought on “Life Lessons With Jazzy: Learn To Love Thyself

  1. January 7, 2020 at 3:37 pm

    I am becoming more aware of my inner dialogue. I noticed that I would NEVER talk to someone else like the way I talk/think about myself. I am way to mean, I am a bully to me.
    What you wrote is very true; there is no perfection and we are the way we are. Being aware of this makes it easier to accept me as I am.

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  2. January 15, 2020 at 12:12 pm

    Awesome post, Jazzy! Throughout my twenties and thirties, I tried so hard to have the perfect body, the perfect hairdo, the perfect clothes and have the perfect life and it usually went the opposite. What I found was that it worry for nothing. It’s a shame that I wasted so many good years beating myself up and striving for something that was impossible to achieve. Since I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to love myself as I am and once I did that, everything seemed to magically fall into place.

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  3. January 15, 2020 at 12:29 pm

    Yeesss!!! I’m glad you learned to love yourself! Striving for perfection can lead to nothing but misery. Thanks for reading my post! 🙂

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