I am perfectly imperfect; –I am in love with some of my flaws.-
Refuse to apologise for your flaws, they have made you, YOU.
Your flaws do not define you as a soul. But they have shaped you.
Learn to love your flaws, learn to accept your flaws.
You are not what someone defines you; due to your flaws.
There isn’t any human being without flaws, some have just learned to be best-friends with theirs; learn to do the same, so no one may be able to put you down.
Those flaws you hate so much; they are flaws someone has or will fall in love with.
“Once you accept your flaws, no one can use them against you.”
We have to learn to love ourselves. Every single inch of our bodies and souls. We need to learn to ignore what people think of us. We become so obsessed with the way people view us that we loose ourselves. There is a person in this world for every single one of us, and guess what? That person is going to love every single inch of you. The good and the bad. We all have our flaws, even those who seem “perfect to us”
Loving myself is something I am still learning to do and so is loving my flaws. Some flaws I am in love with and some
But I am really trying to learn to love them all. I am who I am.
We’re always told by our parents how perfect we are, how beautiful we are. Do we believe them no? They are our parents, of course they have to say that. But no, what they say is true. Because they created us. So all they see is perfection and beauty. They want that to be instilled in us when we are young but our society changes it all.
Suddenly “YOU ARE LYING MUM, THE CHILDREN AT SCHOOL DON’T THINK I AM.”
What a shame. What a real shame that the words our parents say mean nothing but those of bullies and friends and boyfriends/girlfriends leave us scarred for life. Leave us believing every single words.
Love your flaws – by OPRAH. The Queen, of course. (This post, by OPRAH, gave me so much life. Read it.)
“Talk to yourself as you would your best friend.” – Victoria Beckham
Another queen, good role model is the beautiful VB. This is something I have learned to do. I talk to myself like I would my best friend, because I am my own best friend. I have had talks with myself about learning to love my flaws.
Learning to love your flaws instead of beating yourself up about them is so difficult but trust me, you will feel so much better about yourself. Hating your flaws will lead to hating your self. Also.. an important question? Do you hate your flaws because you hate them? Or do you hate your flaws because someone has pointed them out to you in disgust?
I guarantee you 9/10 it’s no2. Just remember they also have flaws.
Remember.. “your flaws are perfect for the heart that is meant to love you.” and that is all that matters.