What do you see when you look at me answers
What I saw shocked me. When did that happen? I saw a woman who has born three children and is now responsible for feeding, clothing, and raising them to be responsible and caring members of society. Would these answers be similar to mine when I think about the person I see when I look in the mirror? I may think of myself totally different to how someone else sees me… but which version is more true? Am I treating myself as a real person — with legitimate needs, a unique personality, and true gifts to offer the world?SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Lila Iké - I Spy (Official Video)
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Body Dysmorphic Disorder
What I saw shocked me. When did that happen? I saw a woman who has born three children and is now responsible for feeding, clothing, and raising them to be responsible and caring members of society. Would these answers be similar to mine when I think about the person I see when I look in the mirror? I may think of myself totally different to how someone else sees me… but which version is more true?
Am I treating myself as a real person — with legitimate needs, a unique personality, and true gifts to offer the world? Maybe you were someone different? Really see yourself. In fact you are probably trying really hard at this thing called life. And I bet those around you think of you a lot differently — and a lot better — than you think of yourself. What would you like to say to that woman?
Would you be kinder to yourself, looking from the outside? Author, certified parent educator, and mother of three with a background in Communications and Counselling, Chelsea provides resources to parents and teachers who want to incorporate personal growth into everyday moments.
Follow her momentsaday and sign up for the quarterly newsletter to be the first to hear about new resources. Thank you, Chelsea! This hit home today. Your writings are wonderful, Chelsea… and, oh, so relevant! Thank you for sharing your thoughts which are helping so many. So true! We are given responsibility over the needs of others, so always tend to put ourselves last.
I think that my issues might be the exact opposite of yours. It can be tricky! I hope you find some peace soon. Thank you so much for this! I am very hard on myself and set unrealistic expectations for myself as a multi-tasking hard working mother.
I negatively talk to myself pretty constantly and this article changed my perspective completely. In fact, it will most likely will be the instigator for some positive changes in my behaviors and emotions at home. This is so lovey, Chelsea! For years, I have had poor self image but more recently I have begun seeing someone I actually like in the mirror; someone who I can be proud of and someone my children can be proud of. Thanks so much for sharing, Kate.
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Chelsea, this is just such a wonderful post…. As Mommas, I think we tend to loose who we are. Good article! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Footer About the Author Chelsea Lee Smith is an author, certified parent educator, and mother of three with a background in Communications and Counselling.
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what do you see when you look at me?
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Who do you see when you look in the mirror?
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When You Look At Me What Do You See?
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Body dysmorphic disorder BDD causes people to believe that parts of their body look ugly. People with BDD spend hours focused on what they think is wrong with their looks. Many times a day, they do things to check, fix, cover up, or ask others about their looks. They focus on flaws that seem minor to others. Focus to extreme on their looks.