How many times have you looked into the mirror and really saw yourself? Not your wrinkles, your too big/skinny ____ (legs, arms, stomach), the rolls under your eyes or over your thighs?
When was the last time you saw past your external flaws and zoomed in on you? If you’re like me, not lately. Lately, I find wrinkles and white hair and forget about the kid who saw wonder at that reflection and thoroughly enjoyed it for what it was — me.
As we age, we lose sight of that person in the mirror. We begin to grow feelers for what’s not working in our lives, what we need to fix, what we would like to wipe away with an eraser or delete. But just like a picture, we can focus on the blurred background, the oddly colored object, or we can see the totality of the image and be in awe of that.
This week we have a mishmash of posts that will pull you out of your own distorted thinking. Instead of getting stuck in that groove of dieting and addiction, there is another way. Learn how to look past that flawed reflection and find hope, happiness and self-growth by accepting the whole of who you are in our top posts.
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