We all have things that we need to work on. But this past weekend it was brought to my attention that what I thought that I was getting over I’m not. I have always been insecure about how I look and dress. Not gonna lie I have been a tomboy all my life, but I do like to dress up and get cute. But my fashion sense sucks big time. I got my hair cut this weekend and I felt amazing, but not everyone shared in my joy, and that hurt. I have never thought that I was ugly but yes I am cute. But when you have someone who doesn’t make you feel beautiful or even make you feel attractive well that can be painful. I always want to feel comfortable in my skin and feel secure. But there are times when people make comments that they should keep to themselves. So many times people don’t realize that what they think is helpful is harmful. You have no idea how it can affect someone. People usually don’t think before they comment and people should. I felt so crushed this weekend. And I still do, because I shouldn’t ever let anyone bring me down regardless of how they feel. I have insecurities just like anyone else and when you know that this someone’s weak spot you should never take it upon yourself to attack them there. I’m still working on myself and I feel like now I have a long way to go to get back to how I use to feel about myself. I’m learning that you should never be okay with how someone talks to you. Lesson learned this weekend.

23 thoughts on “Insecure:

  1. You’re beautiful. Embrace it and believe it. I learned a long time ago not to take things to heart because others speak out about things they shouldn’t but they can own it cuz i don’t want their negativity. It’s tough and takes practice but i think you’re on your way. Stay strong. Embrace your own beauty.

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  2. We’re human, so no matter how much self-confidence we have it’s always going to be hard to hear negative comments. You are absolutely beautiful! Never forget that. Sometimes the insecurities of others are projected in their comments. They may be telling you how they really feel about themselves. I’ve seen this time and time again. But don’t let it bring you down. We’ve living in the last days (2 Timothy 3:1-5) so people are going to be rude and mean. We just have to make sure we’re beautiful in Jehovah God’s eyes and everything will fall into place (Psalms 15:1-5).

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  3. For years I suffered from body image. Trying to hide my curves. Going to the gym and worked myself until I was sore trying to have slim thighs, flat butt, lately I am working on being healthy and it includes working out for strength, flexibility, and toning and embracing the black girl body.

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  4. Nice hair cut! Easier said than done but try focusing on your positives and your great features of your appearance. Get comfy with your look despite your insecurities. If you can deal with your insecurities then do so and flip it to a positive. For example i once had a crooked smile and because i hated it for years i eventually fixed it and i did it more for myself than others

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    1. Yes, this is everything. I’m starting to love me and who I am. Because I have spent so much time looking like what everyone else wanted me to look like. I’m taking me back,

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