You are a bigger woman, a bigger girl or a size 16. As a young girl, Lady Gaga's self-confidence. You strutted your stuff down the driveway without thinking about the size of the body.
When boys or girls call you names, let them know, quite high that I could add, they are stupid and focus on the point with a slant or slap.
Why does your confidence trust?
Where was this sassy beautiful bold girl disappearing?
She still exists.
It was all because teasing and naming slammed you like rocks, she built a wall to protect herself.
How do you tear down walls? One stone at a time.
So, what do you say we wake it up, get it out of it, what?
Trust begins with the mind
You need to identify lies and crush them with the truth.
Vaccination "stems and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me" is a bald lie.
Throw it away.
With the first lie, let us work on the other.
Louise Hay popular positive affirmations as a way to restore inner voices or messages that we repeat ourselves. She used an exercise called Mirror Work with her students. It works by standing in front of a mirror and repeating your confirmation aloud. It helps people to heal deeply. Why? Shes says " It immediately makes you aware of where you stand and where you are open and flowing ."
Try to say, "I love you (put your name)" aloud in front of the mirror, slowly, five times, and looking straight into your eyes. Uncomfortable, right?
Were you finding yourself away? crying? scoffing?
Crush those lies, remove stones, gradually, the wall falls down.
Be beautifully honest
You must be beautiful honest with yourself.
Those words that were thrown at you when you were young, not that?
When your dad called you, "Tubby" thought it was cute, it made you cry inside even when listening outside.
When your first crush had rejected you and topped it like a cherry on a hot fudge sundae by calling you fat, hurt yourself so badly that you thought you were killing yourself.
Forgive these thoughtless words. Forgive those deliberately flaming darts to mean the wound of your soul. Forgive you for believing them.
You define beautiful
Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder. No person defines beauty in the same way. And believe it or not, the definition is constantly changing.
What does beauty mean to you? Define it, describe it yourself using these assumptions.
You don't have to believe it at first.
Didn't you get me?
I know that negative self-examination takes place within that head. Just do the mirror work I mentioned before and you will start to believe it.
Define beauty for yourself and believe it.
You can feel beautiful and confident as a bigger woman. It starts by removing the stones one at a time until the wall that your child hides behind disappears. First, the lies know and crush them with the truth. Secondly, be beautifully honest with yourself. And finally, define what beauty means to you.