Which, yes, this is true, but special is not the proper word to use. Because “if everyone is special, then no one is: if everyone gets a trophy, trophies become meaningless.” (McCullough, par.11) As you see special and perfection is cannot be a thing in this world. We can only be the best person who we can be and that is being average because we all are average. There is nothing wrong with that. Because in the end it matters how someone comes out of a situation and puts that towards their life in the right
I asked them “Are you happy with your body?” Most said no, some said yes. I asked the ones who said no a very simple question, “why?” A few of them said, “I just don’t like it, I want to be skinner” or, “I want to have more curves”. The answers I got were sad; all of the people I asked were perfect in their own ways. I asked, “Do you diet frequently?” I got the answer of, “No, but I need to.” I asked the simple question of “Why?” again and the answers came, “I don’t want other people to think I’m fat and not good enough.” There is so much pressure put on us by people we don’t even know and society to be “perfect”. If we don’t have the perfect body, or if you are a guy,
In fact, perfectionism is not necessary about being ‘perfect’. Ask yourself this question…Is it ever really possible to be 100% ‘perfect’? We will use the following definitions to have a comprehensive view about perfectionism, which has three main parts: + The relentless efforts for extremely high standards of yourself. + Judging your self-worth basing on your ability to achieve unrelenting standards. + Overcoming negative consequences of demanding standards, never give up even though you need to pay the huge cost.
The things I said was good grades and having a good amount of money, achieving your goal, and happiness. The ways I defined success is the way how I express the way my mine works. Just because people say that’s how they define success, you should always go with your heart because that’s the real success because that’s how your mined processes it that way. So how I defined success is the way I defined it. So my question is “how do you define
Read on to discover how to dress for your date and ensure you have a wonderful time. (1) Focus on your date, not on yourself. Understand that a date is all about getting to know another person, sharing aspects of your personality with them and building a wonderful relationship. Do not make the mistake of thinking how you are going to floor the other person with your appearance. Would you like to date somebody who looks like they spent
I can be “pretty” as well. Well I want you to know before reading you ARE beautiful. Anyways, it makes you feel self-conscious because you see all those “pretty” girls or conceited girls posing with a lot of likes and comment like “OMG your (yes they do say your instead of you’re because they do not know english) so pretty heart emoji drooling emoji star eyes emojis etc and that makes you feel horrible. Why? You may ask.
I realized that it doesn't matter what other people think of my appearance. I recognized that as long as I was happy with my image, no one else’s opinion mattered. I didn't need to conform to society's unrealistic standard and that I am perfect the way I am no matter what anyone tells
This shows that perfection is impossible to create because we all know we have limitation and those limitations are what keep us from reaching our highest goal and it 's the same with societies. The author is persuading the reader about how a perfect society is impossible to create by explaining. The author is persuading the reader with an explanation
Makeup gives women a strong sense of confidence, self-love, and boldness. So every girl should feel that their contour adds to their natural beauty. We should applaud the ones who are able to seamlessly create a new form of art using their already present features. Too often girls are forced into thinking that makeup is to be used if you do not meet the unrealistic standards of beauty that have been set by people who deceptively mask their flaws.
I feel as if I need to live up to everyone expectations of me. I was always the good and respionble one in my class and school which lead to people thinking highly of me. I wouldn’t say that’s bad but it is just a lot to live up too. It’s really affecting my life choices because I’m tired of the talking about it which makes me not want to even think about it. I’m trying to ignore all the constant bickering and trying to figure it all out on my