Beauty and self-esteem: how to have both

Many women seem to face a dilemma these days if they were only more beautiful,

they would have greater self-esteem and greater confidence in themselves and their appearance.

Recently, I have been asked the same question twice, although, with slightly different wording, the two questions are the same.

Do you think beauty affects self-esteem? And ‘Does beauty make you safer?’

First, you must understand that this is a harmful way of thinking. Your own self-esteem should never depend on whether you think you are beautiful or not.

Second, the two questions were framed incorrectly. Now, ask the same questions again but with slightly different wording.

Do you think that self-esteem affects beauty? And ‘Does trust make you more beautiful?’ and the answer is a resounding YES!

Your beauty depends on your self-esteem. Your self-esteem does not depend on your beauty.

You are already beautiful

There is a paradox in the heart of personal growth. You are already beautiful and always have been. However, your beauty can be hard to find because it hides inside. Your inner beauty is full of innate qualities and these qualities are at the heart of your conscience and not at the heart of your body.

You cannot buy the beauty or success that you think it could bring.

Advertising campaigns will make you believe that beauty can be bought and painted, or it can be hidden, lifted or sucked in or out of your body. This will not give you a lasting sense of well-being or high self-esteem, but quite the opposite.

Look at the celebrities. Those who rely on the admiring glances of others to build their self-esteem have the most fragile self-esteem. They are always looking for eternal young people with botox, collagen loads or facelifts. It is an addiction, what happens when the temporary effects disappear?

This attitude is fatal, as all honest people with true physical beauty will eventually say.

True beauty comes from the process of building true self-esteem. Self-esteem does not depend on what others think of you. This process includes self-realization, self-awareness, self-awareness, and self-respect.

Spend some time discovering your own qualities and enjoying them. Express them freely for the benefit of others. Learn little by little to know your true individual beauty.

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