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Published on: 06 Apr 2012 by isy

No one is Perfect: Confidant Women Do Not Spread Hate

Hey everyone


This is not a beauty post but more of a rant! Although this does kind of link to beauty in a roundabout way I guess.


 


We all have this one 'friend' (and I use the term friend loosely) who thinks that she is perfect.(please say you know someone like this or I'm going to think that I am weird) I do not have a problem with people who think highly of themselves at all. My problem is when these women (or men) feel the need to make others look bad in public to make themselves look better. 


 


Let me give you an example (It happened to me and for the longest time I was really upset about it) This girl (Let's call her Kat for the purpose of this post)  knew that I had failed a subject in my first year at campus (Everyone knew that I was really sensitive about it) and Kat had never ever mentioned it me. Then one day we were in a group and then she mentions it to a bunch of people I had just met!!


 


That's how girls like these operate. They do not 'Hate on you' in private but rather wait until a time that they can humiliate you in public so that you look bad and they look good. This is just one story. Kat has done a lot worse to some other girls.


Girls like Kat are often: beautiful, smart and get a lot of attention.So much attention that after a while they begin to expect the attention and the minute the attention is focused on someone other than themselves they feel the need to insult or ridicule others in order to reinforce their 'own self worth'


They are also the object of every guys fantasy (or so they think). I mean EVERY SINGLE guy is in love with them (yeah right).


 


Look, I love myself and I have insecurites and I know all women (and men) are insecure about something, which is why I dont feel the need to play on others insecurites to make me feel better. None of us are perfect.


 


None of us are perfect! That is something WE ALL HAVE IN COMMON! And if none of us are perfect who are we really to insult and humiliate someone else??


And that is the biggest point I wanted to make : NO ONE IS PERFECT!


So I feel sorry for women like Kat because unlike me she obviously has yet to accept that. 


And trust me ladies that once you are happy with who you are flaws and all, It doesnt matter what women like Kat say and do.; YOU are confidant enought to shake it off.


 


I love all of you and I hope that you love yourselves even more


Remember Being Healthy is hot


xoxo


ISY


 

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mimi_anetionete

mimi_anetionete says:

Posted on 06 Apr 2012

damn right sister!!!!

silence_

silence_ says:

Posted on 06 Apr 2012

I think 'hate' , 'insult' , and 'humiliate' have 3 very different connotations. You can insult and humiliate others without ever hating them, or feeling hate towards them, which is a strong emotion in and of itself. I think the term is being use too loosely to the point where no one can criticize some others without them being quick to call it 'hate' . I think reasons should be weighed equally and thought about. But the thing is, by writing a rant about how much you despise people who hate on others (however you define it) , you're being hypocritical to the purpose , I think. The fact remains, that this is life and most people will do what will make them happy, if that is to humiliate others then, such is the way they preserve themselves. I do feel , though, that if a so called 'friend' is trying to humiliate someone in the presence of others and you are around, you could always call the friend out, or remove yourself and the person being humiliated from the presence of said person. It has nothing to do with confidence or lack thereof, I feel that's a myth. Regardless, these are my opinions.

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 07 Apr 2012

oh boy you are so right! And the worst thing about someone like Kat is that when she says the negative thing (like about the F) , she'll say it in this sweet girly way like she's being nice even when you know she's trying 2 cut you down in front of new people. So if u confront her, she'll be like, "oh but I didn't mean anything...." Like when i was younger, there was this one girl who was exactly like that. We were with a bunch of other kids once and she was like, "oh jackie, I loved talking to you last week at the salon. Your perm looks so cool, and you looked cute in pink rollers." I mean I wasn't trying to hid the fact that I got a perm, but wasn't advertising it. And later she's like, "oh I didn't think you'd mind. Your hair looks so great."

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