The unfortunate thing about being a teenage girl is that, generally, you’re insecure. And although insecurities come from a lot of different sources, the most common is from seeing, and being a part of, the world that surrounds us. “90% of all women want to change at least one aspect of their physical appearance.” www.confidencecoalition.org If you’re a part of that 10% that doesn’t have this problem, thank your lucky stars! But if you’re not, at one point in time the thought “I’m not ______ enough” has come into your head. That blank can be filled in with almost anything (tall, short, thin, or curvy), anything that makes you feel lesser than those around you. Have you ever thought about what your “enough” actually was? It’s so challenging to keep a mindset different than those around us. Influences come from everywhere. The media and our peers have a much greater influence on us than we would like to believe. We have to remember to be “in this world but not of this world!” The Bible never says, “Blessed are the brunettes, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”read-more
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