I did a post not to long ago on my facebook and I asked all of my followers what attracted them the most, PHYSICALLY. Whether it was the opposite sex or if you were into the same sex. What ,when you see them, turns you on? I was surprised at all of the mixed comments. Surprisingly it made me want to write about it.
We are all unique. We are all different and we are all created different for a reason.
In the comments was a range of both men and woman who responded. Naturally, of course, the obvious came up. Most men were talking about butts and breast, and women were talking about abs and biceps. What caught me off guard is that once people started thinking for themselves,they started giving me very unique answers. Everybody on the thread were now expressing details such as peoples jaw structure and the shape of peoples noses. They would express how much they loved looking at others feet and hands, and even to the extreme of looking at somebodies build and posture. Some responses were attracted to people that were a little thicker. Some were attracted to people that were a little thinner. Some liked a firm body while others wanted something soft to hold onto. Slowly but surely it got even juicier. People were then expressing what things they didn’t like, and I did not expect that to have so much extra volume. I was taken a lot deeper from where I planned on going with the post to begin with. Some people do not like big butts. Some people do not like ripped muscles. Just as many likes there were, there were just as many dislikes. After the entire post I commented and said “Thank you!” I wanted to allow a few hours for people to get involved with the post before I expressed the reasoning of it initially. I wanted people to look at others responses and do some questioning. To get out of the loop of following the leader and truly express what THEY love. To understand that everybody likes different attributes as well dislike them.
Now to the moral of the post. LOVE YOURSELF!!! Love who you are and what you have. If you want to get shredded for yourself, then do it. If you want to get tanned because you like that, then do it, but I am noticing that a lot of people are changing who they are and what they look like to attract other people. Listen, just like I was saying previously. There are a lot of people who like many different aspects of your body. You getting a fake butt is going to now deter the people who are not attracted to big butts. People who love your natural face are going to be put off by all of that extra makeup. Those people that you are obviating out of your life by your physical looks may possibly be the ones that are actually the ones best for your personality. The ones that you are attracting and bringing into your life can possibly be the ones that are going to be hurting your mental in the long run because you are not compatible with them.
Now let me protect myself by saying that there are an unlimited supply of fish in the sea and there will always be somebody who is going to like you regardless of the changes that you make on your physical. What this post is basically saying is that, if there are an unlimited amount of people in this world and that you will always have that one person who is going to be infatuated with your natural beauty, then why allow negative thoughts from irrelevant people make you feel like you aren’t attractive. Love yourself. You are beautiful.