You’re beautiful. Please believe that. You might not see it today, or even tomorrow- but I do. You’re beautiful.
I just want you to know:
In conclusion, you’re beautiful, I love you and please, please, please stay strong <3.
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I truly think that you’re beautiful.
Each and every one of you.
I don’t care if you don’t believe me.
I don’t care that you don’t see it, even though you should.
But that is the honest truth.
I don’t just believe you’re beautiful (inside and out) I know it for a fact.
You are beautiful, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
I know you’re beautiful.
I wish you could see it too <3
I love you all.
Do I honestly think that it’s possible? Yes, I do. Is it a difficult task? Yeah, I’m not going to lie there- but it is possible. Anything is possible.
Unfortunately, it’s not something I can teach you. I can’t give a step by step program or reveal a magic secret. Everyone has to find it for themselves, and it’s such a challenge, but it’s possible if you make it so.
It just makes me sad to think that you don’t see yourself for the beautiful person that you truly are. Remember, you may see yourself a certain way, but it doesn’t mean that it’s how the rest of the world sees you. Your view is biased, because if you could see yourself from the eyes of the people who love and care about you- you’d see yourself for who you truly are, a beautiful human being worthy of happiness and not only the love of the people around her, but the love of herself.
You’ll learn that one day <3 I’m not sure how or when, but you’re soul is too precious not to be treasured. Until then, stay strong beautiful xox
You can do it! <3 Just think positive :)
Stay beautiful, cause you are- even if you can’t see it right now.
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Hey beautiful, the mirror- the one that you keep staring at? It lies. It doesn’t tell the truth. You’re beautiful, whether you see it or not. All you see in the mirror is a reflection of how YOU see yourself, that doesn’t mean it’s how you really are. You are such a beautiful and unique individual and you deserve to see that. <3 Tell your therapists about how you feel, let the know what runs through your head when you’re in the shower. Okay?
I know that you’re strong enough to not only survive this, but to go on and live a happier life. Okay? You’re stronger then you even realise, and you’re proving that to me. You CAN get better.. do it for your Dad and do it for yourself. He loves you so much, and he wants to to be happy too, and I know you can do it xx <3
Whether you’re religious or not (I’m not and this touched me deeply), everyone deserves to know that they’re beautiful <3 and this is a beautiful video.
You are not anorexic, you suffer from anorexia
You are not bulimic, you suffer from bulimia
You are not depressed, you suffer from depression
You are not bipolar, you suffer from bipolar disorder
You are not schizophrenic, you suffer from schizophrenia
You are not borderline, you suffer from BPD
You are not your illness, it does not define who you are, it’s merely something you are faced with- something you can overcome.
You are more then a mental illness, a disease, a diagnosed condition. Don’t be defined by it. You are you. Enjoy that.
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