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Kaylin

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Published on: 30 May 2012 by randomaskaylin

Trying To Love Yourself For Who You Are As A Teen

Being a teenager in today society consist of so much. Trying to be the size 0 or 1 model you think you should be, trying to have the long beautiful hair everyone wants, having all the latest clothes in today's fashion, and at the end of it all you become someone your really not. Its like the dove model on youtube being transformed in to this gorgeous person that she really wasn't. I mean she wasn't ugly but she became this gorgeous life size doll, and as i watched her transformation it made me relize why am I putting all this make up on my face, why am i trying to starve myself to death. It just left me wondering why. But than I remember wh, because I am in a society who make people believe what its wants the world to look like. Unfortnetly, I am not that size 0 or 1 model you want me to be mactually in reality I'm a size 14 and that's on my good days. I don't have long hair flowing down my back, but i have beautiful texture of flowing hair. And at last, I don't have all the latest clothes that are out, I wish I did but i don't but it does not bother me. Because at the end of the day I am me Kaylin Green, the person created by God hands and i have everything and is everything that he has designed me to be and not be.


 

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liannelovesmakeup

liannelovesmakeup says:

Posted on 30 May 2012

That's great! Good for you! :D I remember when I was a teen, it was the hardest thing EVER to accept myself and like myself. I think every teen experiences that, and unfortunately it lasts into adulthood for many women. People's self esteem is so damaged from the media and high standards and ideals. It's horrible. And I have to say, now that I'm older, I realize that the teen years are just a short time, and that being a teen is such a small part of your whole life. And that's a relief! lol. Teen years are so difficult and everything is so out of perspective, it seems like the end of the world when you have acne on picture day, or you trip up the stairs or whatever. It's not the end of the world, trust me. :)

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