Why do we sometimes avoid the truth? What is it that causes us to take any route other than complete honesty? Ok, so let’s be painfully, honestly straight with each other: Why do we lie?I used to hold my stomach in when I looked at myself in the mirror. I can’t explain it. It’s not like I don’t know the truth about my body and how it really looks. I guess that it boils down to fear…. ouch!Well, I don’t do that anymore. In fact, I have made a lot of progress with the truth that I understand about myself. And I think that that understanding has helped me to see a bigger truth about humanity in general. I will not place any blame on the media, but let’s face it, they really portray an unrealistic idea of what is acceptable when it comes to how we look. Not everybody can look like those we see advertised… where would the contrast be? Ego has everything to do with that type of marketing and I for one, don’t believe that it is necessary to fall for that line of doo-doo sales. It is just another example of plastic people putting out… Read full this story
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