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How I did it: While I never actually added this goal to my list, when I saw it on another user's I had to mark it as done. The process was essentially the same as the one in my journey to feel comfortable in my own skin.
In order to be happy with who I am, I had to discover who I am exactly. Outlining my strengths and weaknesses helped me to see the good in myself, while simultaneously pinpointing what I need to work on to better myself as a person.
Of course, it's not that simple. It took years of trying to change myself for me to get to this point. But finally, I just took a good look at myself in the mirror. I examined my eyes, my skin, my hair, everything. And it hit me: If I can't change those aspects of myself, how the hell can I change who I am on the inside? Sure, I could get color contacts or dye my hair, but I'd still have brown eyes underneath and my roots would be my natural hair color.
My point is, instead of going through life hating the person I am, I learned to be happy with myself because there's absolutely nothing wrong with me.
I wouldn't go so far as to say I love myself yet, but there's no denying that my life improved in so many ways. Read how I did it… 2 years ago