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Stop Judging, Start Living

You are beautiful, just the way you are.

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Stop Judging, Start Living
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What is the definition of beauty? Is something that can change day by day? Currently, we live in a distorted society, a society which judges individuals on beauty. How can you judge someone on something that is so difficult to define? There is no one right or wrong answer for the definition of beauty, why is this? Well, because beauty is unique to each individual.

Women struggle with self- image because we are constantly comparing ourselves to other people. Think about it, how many times have you seen another girl walking past you and you thought of everything she has that you don't. You might wish you had her skinny toned legs, her nice clothes, or hair. You want to change yourself to be like her. Imagine it the other way around, if you didn't like the outfit the girl was wearing. You walk past her judging her every move, her every flaw that you think she has. How does judging someone else make you any better? You're still going to look and feel the same way as you do. This constant pressure to be perfect causes self- doubt and insecurities. Stop trying to compare yourself to others and just be yourself. You are beautiful in your own way.

Today’s generation is attached to their cell phones. We allow these tiny devices to control what we do, how we feel, and what we think about ourselves. An inanimate object impacts and influences our daily lives. Even more detrimental it influences how we perceive ourselves. We live in a generation where someones beauty is defined by the number of likes they receive on their selfie Sunday post on Instagram. Once again we need to stop judging one another based off of looks. If you feel confident and want to post your duck face selfie, then you go head and do it. This is your life, you can't let the judgements of others stop you from living your life and doing what you want to do.

We need to remind each other that we are not defined by our outward appearance. You are so much more than the clothes you wear, or how you style your hair. What about the beautiful life you are living? Think about how lucky you are to have a roof to sleep under, food to eat, and air to breathe. Life itself is a gift and every single day is an opportunity to do something great. Go out there and do something positive.

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