Tag: Social Acceptance

Why Do We Always Talk About How Flawed We Are?

I’ve noticed recently that everyone talks about how flawed they are. Articles are titled “MY FLAWS.” Poetry is filled with… I’m flawed and it’s ok. “Perfectly Imperfect” We embrace it. Like battle scars. I was thinking, why do we do that? Of course, we’re not perfect. Where did the notion that humans were ever perfect

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Who Else Is Better At Being You Than you?

Wish you were someone else? Maybe someone who’s prettier than you? Tall and handsome maybe? How about wealthy and powerful? These are all natural thoughts that many of us go through. In some sense of the way its healthy. It helps us want more. I mean, I see the girl with the flawless skin and

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Image and social acceptance…

I don’t really like bananas much but it’s good for you. I’m currently trying to swallow the remainder of it down my throat…blah. Thank god for chasers, coffee that is πŸ™‚ Anyways, I’m having a moment. I’m scrolling through my social media feeds. I have my world news feed, Human Rights feed, animal feed and

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