Take Me As I am

I get so frustrated when I see people transform into something they aren’t just so they can get the attention of whom they desire.

Do you know how amazing you are?

I mean, do you realize that there isn’t anyone else alive like you? You are powerful, sharp, breathtakingly gorgeous, and have the capability of being anything you want to be.

You may not see your worth right now because… why would you? You are surrounded by negativity, jealously, lies, and poor unapologetic treatment. You are forgotten about because everything surrounding you is chaotic.

Your life is a literal storm.

Think about it, Is there anyone in your life reminding you that you are a QUEEN, a KING and that you are worthy?  The answer for most people will be No!

It’s possible to go your whole life and never hear a positive word about you.

Over the years, I have learned to stop talking and just listen. I love to people watch and figure out why folks, young and old behave the way they do. I see people daily throwing themselves at people and will destroy their self-worth just for all eyes to be on them. Acting so over the top just so people will stop and stare.

However, at some point, I want everyone to know that just because eyes are on you doesn’t mean it’s a good thing. Some folks are looking at you as an object that they can use and then throw away. Better yet laugh at.

Meanwhile, you are feeling empty and in search of finding that ounce of pride and courage to say, “Take me as I am, flaws and all.”  Admit to yourself that you are acting so extra, and you just want to calm it down.

Take a seat and RELAX.

But one of the things that I love to do is to talk to people that are searching for love and wondering if they will ever find it. They usually want to know if there is something wrong with them and what do they need to change to find the right person.

Oddly… the conversation always turns into self-love.

Knowing who you are and having confidence is a critical factor in finding the right person. We have all heard the old saying, “if you don’t love yourself, then how can you love anyone else.”

You will always be in search of love,  as long as you are empty and full of self-doubt and continuously changing and hoping those new changes will bring a positive outcome. Just stay consistent and work on YOU.

Not a new you but a better you.

If we all stayed searching for love, we would come up empty and broken-hearted. Everyone you see will be a prospect and let’s face it, the folks you see daily are not for you. They might be for someone but not you. Your desperation will have your mind playing tricks on you.

Don’t fall for it and run… run like hell and don’t look back.

I know, and you know that no one wants to act or conform to something that isn’t uniquely their own style. But it takes time and age to figure this out. Most confident people weren’t always confident, but it took time to find strength and self-love.

Not everyone has someone that is screaming positivity in their life.

So here is my challenge… be that positive voice, be that positive presence. Watch how your words will help the young and old step boldly into the next chapter of their life. This will help you too. As long as you stay in a positive mindset and have an upbeat outlook, your life and others around you will blossom.

It takes patience and years to reach that self-love status, and when you do enter it, your only words to others will be “Take me as I am.”

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I am honored!


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