To Tiffany, self-love means accepting and appreciating yourself and your body for exactly how it is. Flaws and all.
Tiffany, tell me a little bit about her self-love journey.
“I’m exactly where I should be! I love me an am genuinely happy and comfortable in my skin. I have always been confident. It’s a choice I made and continue to make. Yes, I have bad days like everyone else. But, at the end of the day, I still love me just the way I am.
There is only one YOU. Embrace your differences and CELEBRATE them! Life would be so boring if we were all the same.”
Her last sentence is a phrase I say all of the time. I remember being a little insecure girl. Often, getting made fun of for dumb things and school and what not. Things like how pale I was, how dark my arm hair was, or the fact that I started getting hips before a lot of the other girls in my class. One day, I was talking to my Dad about it and he pointed to a posted above his desk. It was an old Ziggy poster that showed a bunch of characters in a band marching in a row. Ziggy of course was at the end beating his drum and doing his own thing not keeping up with the crowd. My Dad said, “Can you imagine what life would be like if we were all the same?…. Gosh, life would be so incredibly boring!” And you know what? He was right!
I love the fact that we are all so different and unique. The very fact that we are all different heights, colors, shapes and personalities is what makes this world so darn amazing.
Proud. I’m so incredibly proud of all the women taking part in this self-love movement. They are showing the world that we truly are so different and yet we are all so beautiful.
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