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Accepting Your Flaws: How It Allows Room For Growth

Living With What Makes YOU Different

 

If you ever meet someone who says they are perfect, don't believe a word they say. No one has ever, is currently, or will be perfect. EVER! We all make mistakes and we all learn from them. Although we typically hear this kind of rhetoric in today's society, especially since there has been a push towards living a healthier and happier life, we rarely use it. It's in our nature to feel like our flaws are our weaknesses. Often times, it's our flaws that lead to our greatest strengths.

 

When we allow ourselves to accept our flaws, what we are essentially doing is giving ourselves the grace that we deserve. Just how it is okay to make mistakes, it's also okay to have flaws. They make us who we are and create diversity in our world. If we were all built perfect, then everyone would think the same, act the same, BE the same. We've been convinced by social media that we NEED to be in shape, have perfect skin, have money, fancy clothes, nice cars, the latest iPhone, and the list goes on and on and on.

 

Try doing this next time you look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself you're not good enough. Ask yourself "What is it I am really worried about?". 9 times out of 10, it comes down to our concern of how people will perceive us. My pants are a bit too tight? People will think I'm overweight. My skin isn't clear? People will talk about me to others. Am I too short, too tall, too skinny, too big? People won't love me, look at me, or think of me the same. It always comes down to our perception of what society will think about us. The real question you should be asking is how do YOU feel about yourself?

As long as you feel good, then that is all that matters!

All you need to do is keep being who you are and the rest will fall into place. Don't try to fit into what you think others should see you as. Pave the way for what YOU want to be. Love yourself for who you are, because there really is only one of you out in this work. Always remember that...

 

Everything you are doing is divinely timed for your success!

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