Being a woman comes with a lot of cultural expectations. If you take one uncommon action, everyone will judge you. In truth, society will always have an opinion on anything you do. You may find yourself listening to them because of your overwhelming desire to satisfy others. No, you’re just going to pay attention to them. Because you don’t think you’re good enough, you’re willing to change for them. The reality is that if you want to alter something about yourself, you must do so for yourself.
Do you think you can still get better? Then work on becoming a better woman for yourself, not to satisfy anyone else’s concept of a better woman. How? Here are a few pointers:
The first step in becoming a better woman is acceptance—that is, accepting yourself for who you are. Sure, the media will tell you that you need to get a better complexion, look great, and have the perfect shape, but you are your own woman. You’re very gorgeous. Your worth is unaffected by fat, freckles, or cellulite. You are educated and attractive, despite your imperfections. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying to you.