Confident, Comfortable, Words & A Video

This video (in link below) is really quite specific enough of how this kind of behaviour online and overall anywhere is just so wrong, hurtful, and not logical. No one deserves to be called ugly when they do and don’t wear makeup. If they love themselves just as they are, that means they are comfortable in their own skin and confident enough to not care what others think when they choose to go out in public with or without makeup. Not wearing makeup and not reacting/resorting in negative and unhealthy methods, means they love themselves enough to let have what society thinks of them affect how they live their lives, who they choose to be, what they end up wearing out in public, and overall everything society and haters appear to have the power to change.

We all have the right to handle these situations and the way society views beauty and who we should be. We have that power within ourselves to work on loving ourselves if we aren’t already. If you do love yourself enough, you will have learned that you stopped caring what society thinks of you and only what you think of yourself.

There are so many huge and bad issues in the world and we need to continue working on making them into something better that impacts the whole world in greater, and healthier ways without resorting in negative, bad, unhealthy, violent methods. There are better ways to handle and solve all these issues. And we all need to take them all seriously (with no jokes), and take matters into our own hands to create better and long lasting change for the world. And truthfully and honestly, the world needs all these changes and improvements so much and yet so badly! So stop with all the hate, negativity and start off by working on achieving this quote by Michael Jackson:

I’m starting with the man in the mirror. I’m asking him to change his ways. And no message could have been any clearer. If you wanna make the world a better place. (If you wanna make the world a better place). Take a look at yourself, and then make a change. (Take a look at yourself, and then make a change).
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