As women we should be allies to each other and not compete and be hateful. The world is filled with beautiful, amazing, intelligent women who absolutely hate other women for no specific reason. It ultimately boils down to self-esteem; when you feel bad about yourself, you view other women as threats. Try encouraging another woman along the way today!
Oscar Wilde said it best “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” You should be your own biggest cheerleader. Forget about what you look like and be proud of who you are! Stop trying to measure up. The only person you have to compete with is yourself and always remember that You Rock!
You can be happy if you choose to be thankful. Even if your life is not perfect, there are lots of reasons to feel good about something.
You should be known for the beauty that comes from within, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is so precious to God. 1 Peter 3:4 Look in the mirror and start loving yourself, then your inner beauty will grow and radiate to your outer self.
Relationships last longer when you don’t tell people about your personal problems. Remember – 20% of people don’t care and the other 80% are glad you have them.”
The stage of single life is a time to discover who you really are, your purpose in life. It is a time to plan on how to fulfill your destiny and be successful in life. It is indeed a preparatory stage for a successful life. What you put in at this stage will determine the result you get in future even when you are finally married. Excerpt from The Beauty of Being Single –http://stepswithgod.com/beauty-single/
Let go of ‘old emotional baggage’ and be free to Live up to your full potential.
“The best thing that you can do in life is follow your heart. Take risks. Don’t just take the safe and easy choices because you’re afraid of what might happen. Don’t have any regrets and know that everything happens for a reason.” unknown
Remember to always stay true to yourself because there are only a few people who will always be true to you!
Are you the kind of gal who thinks she only feels truly comfortable in the company of men? Do you feel that other women are catty, mean spirited, competitive or air-headed even, and that you have nothing in common with any of them? Whether you have feelings of apathy, disdain or you truly despise other women, hating your fellow gender is simply no good––it’ll cut off many opportunities for good, understanding friendships and for healthy…