Who decides what beauty really is?
If you feel like you’re too old, too heavy, not beautiful enough, to find a nice partner, think again.
Society sends us cruel messages about beauty and fashion:
God forbid you don’t weigh 110 pounds and aren’t 5’8”!
God forbid you don’t have long blonde hair that flows like a mane!
Wait - you put your makeup on like THAT? That’s not in fashion right now.
And your dress looks like a bag. Really? And don’t you know what a cool pocketbook is?
But the truth of the matter is that very few women look like that.
Very few women have the money to buy the latest designer clothes, shoes, and handbags.
Some of us don’t give a rat’s ass about makeup, either. (Mascara makes my eyes itch!)
And not many of us have flowing mane hair, or the time and money to try to make it look like that (which never seems to work, anyway!).
So, who decides what constitutes “beauty,” anyway?
Let me suggest this: It’s the clothing manufacturers. And the hair care product manufacturers. And the diet food producers. Or anyone else who makes money off our insecurities!
We often tell ourselves we’re not young enough, beautiful enough, slim enough, or “cool” enough to attract a really great partner. We think they’re all chasing the gorgeous women of the world.
In fact, 90% of the women out there look… Just. Like. Us. !!!
Beauty is subjective. What one person thinks is beautiful, someone else won’t. If we all felt the same way about what is or isn’t appealing, our houses would all be the same, we’d all have the same cars, and we’d all be wearing the same jewelry.
There are portions of the porn industry that focus on older women and heavier women, too. If some men didn’t find that attractive, then they wouldn’t exist!
I’m not suggesting we should all go out and become porn stars. But what DOES make a difference, what DOES matter, is how you feel about yourself, your life, and the world.
When we’re happy in our lives, comfortable in our own skin, and believe that everything works out exactly the way it should, and the Universe will take care of us, we will attract the perfect partner for us! The subliminal message we send out determines what caliber of partner we'll attract.
Here's how to change that message. Read this article to train your mind on how to attract your ideal partner:
Susan Petang is a Certified Life Coach who teaches women not only how to manage the chaos of divorce, but also how to attract the perfect partner for them.