Try to remember that, sometimes, beauty isn’t about changing the way you look.
Sometimes, it’s about changing the language you use with yourself.
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I know it might sound shallow, but it’s all I can think about right now. Yours, Ugly Duckling Dear Duckling, I’m glad you came to me with this, because I’ve been clinically ugly for the past couple decades or so.
I know it might sound hard to believe, given my luxurious, beautiful, intimidating exterior, but it’s true.
As a person with dysmorphia, a condition that distorts my perception of my body, not a day goes by that I don’t feel “ugly.” That’s sort of what “ugly” is, isn’t it? For me, it’s an uncomfortable hunch that everyone is seeing the exact part of my body I’m most insecure about and placing the exact same value judgment on it that I am: that I am an unsightly troll whose physical features will either elicit laughter or pity.
But this “worst case scenario” raises a question: So what? Does that reaction indeed make me an unlovable swamp creature destined to roam the world alone? Those are leaps in logic based on scattershot evidence.