Prepare yourself, folks, because we’re heading into a heavy topic today. We wish to speak about self-image, and how its very many permutations can change how we think about ourselves, how we act, and how confident we might be. Of course, feeling comfortable is always the goal. We all wish to feel together, confident and worthwhile. We all wish for a continual sense of ability, of comfort and of feeling present wherever we go. But sometimes, this is not fully achievable. In fact, we would all be surprised to learn about the number of people worldwide struggling with the same insecurities we are.
This means that noticing our flaws can often be universal. It means developing less of a comforting sense of self, and instead enforcing negative self-beliefs that can make us feel less than we are, even when rocking a truly fantastic outfit. No, you deserve to feel like your best self. But sometimes the hard question can remain – is feeling comfortable in your skin about acceptance or change?