Wordless Wednesday — Learning to love ME for who I am now and not who I can be if I get everything right.
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Well, I love you….that counts for something, right?
What a positive outlook you have! I find the older I get, the more accepting I am of who I am now, not who I think I should be. It sure does make for much happier days when you are content with the person you truly are.
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That’s a great philosophy to have, especially since no one can ever get everything right. Cheers to you for the great attitude.
Lovely picture with a wonderful message! Thanks for hosting.
I find women in general have a difficult time accepting themselves for who they are. It doesn’t matter if a woman is heavy or skin, beautiful or not-so-beautiful insecurities abound within all of us. It took me till my late 30s to begin to feel comfortable in my skin. Throughout my daughters’ young lives I kept beating into their heads to loves themselves and to be confident, but still they struggled with this – one more so than the other. My son never seemed to worry over such matters, so I didn’t have to work so hard with him on this. But, we need to first learn to love ourselves before we can truly love someone else. Thanks for allowing me to join your Wordless Wednesday link up! ~Cathy Kennedy’s Blog
That is an awesome statement, and I’m happy for you!
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Happy Wordless Wednesday and Congratulations!
I’m trying to learn that as well, but everyday is different for me.
Happy WW and thanks for linking up
FABULOUS Wordless Wednesday! We all need to remember to do more of this!
I’m with ya!
Have a great WW!
Great outlook! And great smile! Happy Wednesday
Hey! Nice to ‘meet’ you!
(and thanks so much for stopping by and linking up!)
Thanks for inspiring me today, it’s what I need to do to restore my self esteem – learn to love me for the way I am
I really agree with and appreciate your thought… I’m afraid I’ve spent far too much time wishing things were different…
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