I remember crying myself to sleep in high school because of a joke some boy I barely even knew had made about my weight. I was about seventeen at the time, but my struggle with the way I looked had begun much before that. I had always been a “normal-sized girl” growing up, until I hit puberty. That, plus all the junk food I consumed when I went away to boarding school, caused me to put on a lot of weight. It wasn’t until people began to notice that I realized what a large part of my identity was formed around the way I looked and even more so around the way that people saw me.
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You’re not good enough. You’re ugly. You’re not thin enough. You’re not smart enough. The voices get so loud that I can’t focus on anything else. As I stare into the mirror, the feeling that I’m worthless plagues my mind and suffocates me. My joy is gone. But what if our perspective meant more than our perfection?
Even though scripture tells us to focus on our inward beauty, ladies, let’s not pretend we don’t care about our outward beauty. We love to get dressed up, we love to be told we look stunning, we like to take time to make our hair look special for an outing with friends, we like to wear clothing that accentuates our personal body type. While our inward beauty is the most important aspect about us, we should appreciate our outward beauty for the gift God made it to be.
Women want to look sexy, but then we are upset when a guy actually notices us in that way. Isn't that a little hypocritical?
It became easy to watch porn or mess around in chatrooms because those were situations that I was able to make up–I was able to create my own ‘perfect’ scenarios. But I was still not happy...
Alright, ladies, admit it. We’ve all had those days. The ones where we wake up in the morning, feeling pretty good about ourselves, and then, we look in the mirror. And we see it, the red, ominous dot on the center of our face, the zit. Well my wedding day was one of those days. … Continue reading Make-up or no make-up? That’s not the question.
"Sticks and stones may break your bones.... but words will hurt too." You're fat. I don't like you. You're ugly. Your'e dumb. It's amazing how hurtful words can be when we put our confidence in what people think. [Insert the big BUT (with one "t") here] BUT You are more than your weight. BUT You … Continue reading Sticks and Stones
It's not up to someone else to decide if we're beautiful. This group of ladies discuss what makes them feel beautiful. And it's not what you'd think.
Songs can be so catchy, can’t they?! You find yourself repeating the same tune and lyrics through your mind over and over and over again… and eventually you start singing it aloud (which isn’t always a good thing for some people) wishing it would go away. Well today I found myself singing Wrecking Ball by … Continue reading The Wreckage of a Wrecking Ball