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Q: ARE MY LOOKS WHY HE ISN’T INTERESTED ANYMORE?

As a woman, I am all too familiar with feeling like I am valued only for my looks. And today, we face a cacophony of messages trying to convince us that our worth is related to our level of physical beauty.

I have earned a PhD in nuclear physics…won the Nobel Peace Prize…run a multi-million dollar business.

Yet none of us can escape it…

Just look at the checkout stand at every grocery, convenience, or drug store. Every magazine cover screams at us…

GET BIKINI-READY IN 30 DAYS!

10 WAYS TO LOSE 10 POUNDS THIS WEEK!

RID YOURSELF OF PESKY CELLULITE!

Everywhere we turn we see impossible images of beauty (that aren’t even real) and it makes me wonder if it is becuase I am not beautiful enough that no men ever bought me any chocolate?

24 weeks 1 day ago in  Relationships - China

 
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You judge your value based on checkout magazines?

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'We're all beautiful,,,, on the inside'

 

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