You don't. I'm telling you that you don't because I know you don't.
I know you don't because if you're reading this, you are probably a female. I'm a female. I know how you work. I know what unrealistic standards you hold yourself to.
I have never met a woman who TRULY and completely knew and saw her self as beautiful. She could be the envy of every single woman she comes across and there are still going to be days (probably more often than not) that there is SOMETHING she wants to change about herself. Something that if she could just "fix" this thing, then she would be beautiful, or good enough or whatever.
I can post a selfie on Facebook and in a matter of 12 hours, I've got 150 plus people who are liking and commenting and showering me with compliments. Why TF can't I look at those and ACCEPT them? Why does this happen? Why?
Because literally EVERYTHING in our society and media and culture makes it impossible to be a woman.
I said it. Everything makes it impossible to ever be satisfied with who, what and where we are in our lives. All of it tells us we aren't good enough. That if we just bought this one new beauty product or we did this one thing we saw on Pinterest or if we just made more time to work out we would be perfect. But the thing is that perfection is shit. There is no such thing.
You won’t find perfection by losing a few more pounds or hiding every little blemish or scar. You are perfectly beautiful now. You've simply forgotten what it's like to feel that way.
I want to help you see what everyone else sees.
What your partner sees when they watch you do the dishes or load the washing machine. What your child sees when they describe you to their teacher. What your best friend sees when you laugh at one of her dumb jokes.
I want to show you what a stranger sees when they look at you, because you've gotten so used to how you think you look to other people, that you don't have any idea how beautiful you really look to us.
Isn't it time for you to feel that way?
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