After decades of purchasing and wearing a specific bra size which I don’t even know how it was determined, I finally researched and measured myself
“Whatever does not pretend at all has style enough.” Booth Tarkington, The Magnificent Ambersons
None knows the weight of another’s burden. (Dictionary of English Proverbs/Thomas Preston) Everyone has a burden. Social media posts would have us believe that everyone
He that knows himself best, esteems himself least. (Dictionary of English Proverbs/Thomas Preston)
Finally I am coming to the conclusion that my highest ambition is to be what I already am. That I will never fulfill my obligation
“Being clean was the first step to self-confidence.” Carrie Bates, The Haunting on the Train
Physical appearance isn’t everything. Our culture often reinforces the idea that the way we look is our most important trait. It’s a constant theme in
“Never depend on another person for your happiness. If someone had the authority to give, then he or she had the authority to take away.”
One of the reasons I started my blog is to get over my fear of being rejected by people! The best way for me to
Love in the form of longing and deprivation lowers the self regard. Sigmund Freud.
People are more than just the way the look (Madeleine L’Engle).
We are told to accept ourselves but in what way? Is there a right way? Do we ever really look at ourselves through our own
I spent years helping myself overcome a life time of “low self-esteem”. I also worked with a multitude of patients with “low self-esteem” as well.