You try too hard.
You’re so needy.
You don’t look like you have a personal trainer…your stomach isn’t even flat.
You’re not as pretty as you think you are.
He could have literally anyone. Why would he be interested in you?
You’ve never been skiing and you’re afraid of the water…good luck finding someone adventurous.
Even the guy who you thought loved you, didn’t want to marry you.
Ouch. That last one stung like a Bee-tch. Mean, right? I’m saddened to admit that I’m the one that’s said these words. To myself. WTF? I know I’m not alone when it comes to having insecurities. Lauren Daigle wrote a song about it. Hailey Bieber did an Instagram post on it. Kylie got camera shy about it.
I read and re-read all of those nasty things I say to myself. And do you know what feels even more believable than all that? These other things I know about myself –
You go out of your way to make people feel included.
You’re so loving and playful!
Your arms look incredible!
I can tell you’ve been doing your squats.
Your nose is so cute!
You radiate confidence. Also, you’re a badass.
You’re really independent.
Wow! He’s a total idiot! Whoever marries you is going to be the Luckiest Man in the Whole World!
If you’re like me, it’s easy to give give give love to others. It’s time to give the love back to ourselves this Valentine’s Day.
2 thoughts on “I Love Me, I Love Me Not”
I hope you had a lovely Valentine’s Day. You certainly deserve it. I don’t understand how you could say those ugly things to yourself, when I consider you one of the most beautiful people in the world. Love, always.
Aunt Tina! My eyes welled up when I read your message. Thank you for your kindness and always spreading your happiness 🙂 xoxo