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jinee asked:

26 Sep 2010

how to make ourself confident

means be confident in terms of beauty &study



sena95 says:

Posted on 26 Sep 2010

1-Start taking risks, because every risk you take makes you a more confident and stronger person. However, understand that there are positive risks and negatives risks. Do the things that lead you forward toward your goals.

2-Define what your goals are by writing them down. Think positive.

3-Practice good posture at all times (sitting, standing, walking), especially when you're walking alone.

4-Stay well groomed. Wash your hair often (enough for your hair type) and bathe yourself often. Don't get too obsessed every minute on how you look. One of the important things about being confident is being comfortable with yourself and your body. If you feel the need to, carry simple things with you like a small hairbrush, lip gloss/chap stick, and a small bottle of body spray.

5-Shop or make your own unique style. Buy what you like to wear and what makes you happy. Don't wear anything just because a certain crowd is. If you like the normal jeans and t-shirt look then, it's totally you. As long as you're comfortable, you'll become confident. Follow your own standards.

6-Don't ever care what people thinks about you, as long as you know what you are doing is right and it's not hurting anyone. And never be scared to do right things.

7-Personalize your look. Being unique and confident is all about your personal uniqueness. If you like wearing jewelry, go for it! If you don't like wearing jewelery, that's your personal taste and no one should tell you otherwise. Your hairstyle, hair color, shoes, purse and other accessories are other ways you can personalize your look. Like jewelery, these things are not for everyone and you shouldn't do it if you don't feel comfortable with it.

8-Remember Make sure you always have pads/tampons in your bag at all times and change pads regularly to prevent accidents.

9-Study Do all your schoolwork and do your very best every time. Study for tests, do homework and all assigned reading. Answer questions in class and ask questions relating to the topic. Don't be afraid if you still don't understand what you're learning, talk to your fellow classmates or talk to your teacher. You can't pass your classes if you don't ask questions. Being smart is not weird. People who think so are not smart.

10-Speak properly, clearly and audibly, and don't swear a storm. If you have a swearing problem, make up your own "swear word replacements". Instead of saying the 'F-word', replace it with the word "frick" or "fudge." A simple word replacement is always better than the actual swear word. If you can, eventually eliminate these slang terms.

11-Develop your talents. If you're good at dancing, take up a class and polish your skills; if you're good at sports, take lessons and join a team.

12-Join some clubs if you're a good socialite or want to get over your shyness. It can boost your confidence level, help you develop your social skills, and help you make some friends.

13-Participate in your hobbies. If you love music, go ahead and don't be afraid to whip out your IPod or CD player (If the time is appropriate of course) Read books or write poetry if you love it. Paint, draw, swim, or watch Anime if it's your personal thing. Everybody has different hobbies and there's nothing wrong with expressing it. Remember: It's all about what makes you happy, not doing it because someone else wants you to.

14-Let go of friends who do not respect you or like you for you. If you feel your friends have less respect for you, talk to them. Let them know your feelings and how you would like to be treated like a friend. If someone makes you feel not "good" enough-they are no friend and dump them quickly.

15-And always remember to make friends with the people you like, not the ones you think you should be friends with.

16-Understand that it is weak to let your fellow peers or students walk all over you, this is big problem if you're shy or the type of person who really likes to please people. Don't be afraid to say "no" if the situation calls for it. Example situations would be if a friend asked you to help them cheat or copy off of your homework.

17-Stay nice to everyone you come across, and smile at people when you pass them while walking.

18-Socialize and make friends with your parents, and make conversation with adults, but remember to be polite.

19-Understand that it feels terrible to feel pressured into having a relationship or going and dating if you're not ready. As a teenager, you're growing up, but you also have to respect your own boundaries and limits. When the time comes, you'll know and you'll be much happier that you waited until you were ready.

20-Remember to never feel pressured into doing drugs, getting drunk, or having sex. These are one of the biggest problems as a teenager. Drugs are not a good thing in the first place and it is preferable that you don't do it at all. It can do serious damage and ruin your good reputation. Don't go out and get drunk. First off as a teenager, you're underage. Second, getting drunk can be dangerous, you can do things you'll regret. If you're in a relationship, don't let your partner pressure or guilt you into sex. You do it when you're ready and you do it safely.

21-Be yourself! Don't give into high school stereotypes like being a prep, emo, or punk rocker. Your own style is what you make it. If someone calls you a poseur, brush it off.

22-Think positive! Don't feel pressured to look exactly like a model or celebrity. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and if you think you're beautiful, then you are beautiful!

23-Forget any slights and don't take insults to mind. If someone calls you a mean name, shrug it off, however, if someone compliments you, take it in. Think about it.

24-Learn that if someone comes up to you and says "You have a great figure" or "You have, like, perfect lips" thank them and smile. Not only will it make you happy, but it will also make someone else feel good that they did something nice. They also might become your friend.

25-Practice looking at yourself in the mirror and saying, "I love you!" or, "Look at me...I am super sexy." could grab a chair and sit in front of the mirror, and state all the good things about you, the things that make you a beautiful girl just the way you are. Don't compare yourself to a movie star.

26-Ask for Help If you're in a bad mood alot or can't get along with your family, ask your parents, a teacher you trust, someone at a church or a school guidance counselor for help. If you don't take care of yourself, your emotional health, you could make bad decisions that you'll regret later. Tell someone if you're scared or upset and that you want help to make yourself feel better.

27-Don't ever care what people thinks about you, as long as you know what you are doing is right and it's not hurting anyone. And never be scared to do right things.


jod_mets says:

Posted on 26 Sep 2010

Confidence is often seen as something you are born with. Those who

lack confidence look on enviously at those who seem to have it and some

of those who appear to be confident on the outside spend their time

feeling insecure on the inside. There is some evidence to suggest that

some elements of confidence such as being an extrovert may be genetic

and therefore passed on. However, there is also an increasing body of

research that suggests much of what we think of as being genetic is, in

fact, only learnt behavior.

1. Stop Discounting Yourself.

- recognise your personal qualities and give

yourself credit for what you do. Avoid saying things like “that doesn’t

count”, “other people could do it better” and “anyone could have done

it” – congratulate yourself the way you would your best friend. There are

a number of psychological studies that link this type of thinking to depression and poor self-esteem. The less you value what you do the more you drag yourself down and we know that a key element of depression is negative thinking.

2. Learn to Appreciate Life

3. Looking Good Will Make you Feel Good.

- get a cheap makeover, go to a discount store, get a cute outfit, get your nails done anything that makes you feel good looking will boost your confidence.

4. Think About What You Actually Need from Life

5. Take Risks!

- not huge ones, but little ones all add up. For example I never thought I would go cliff jumping, but I did, and now I regret even thinking of saying no! It was a rush times a million.

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fathima says:

Posted on 27 Sep 2010

Maybe we can't all be as beautiful as that. But always remember two things: every woman is already beautiful, and every woman can be even more beautiful! It's simply a question of appreciating yourself, highlighting your natural beauty to project your own self-image, letting it shine through, and then finding out what happens next! Remember: every woman defines her own beauty.

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