6 months ago
I decided to post pictures that I would normally just keep on my phone and not show anyone. People are so used to seeing fabricated content on social media and whenever something normal and natural shows up, they deem it as unattractive. Sometimes you’re at a bad angle, or you’re not flexing, or your back is too arched, or your posture is weird, or whatever it may be, altering pictures is not the answer. I’m not condemning those who do and I’m not blaming photographers for getting an undesirable angle. I’m saying don’t judge or compare yourself to what’s on social media because chances are, it’s processed to please others. People are gonna hate on you regardless of how you present yourself, but remember those who chose to criticize are probably insecure and lack confidence. Their opinions are not facts, so let them in and let them go. Care less about what others think of you and more about what you think of yourself. Embrace your uniqueness, don’t be afraid to be different and to show your true self. Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself so shy away from self-consciousness. Break the stereotype of only posting you at your “best”, don’t be afraid to show what you deem as imperfections.
Don’t choose to be fake in the pursuit of being perfect; no one is perfect.
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