Are you struggling to accept your imperfections? Do you wish you could be more accepting of others? Sometimes the thing that is the most difficult for us to accept is the key in accepting our imperfections and others’ imperfections. To me, vitiligo is a blessing in disguise. It makes you a better person when you accept your own imperfections and those of others.
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VITILIGO IS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE WORD ART
I’ve really found vitiligo to be a blessing. I feel there is a reason for every imperfection we have. Some are meant to make us change, some to accept, and always I find they are meant to help us grow.
You may find yourself thinking or asking, “Why do I have vitiligo when others don’t?” Not everyone has vitiligo, yet it is one of the very things that makes you unique. Embrace this difference, and use it to help you grow as a person.
Search for how your vitiligo is meant to help you. Discover the ways vitiligo can make you a stronger and better person.
Here is more vitiligo inspiration to help you accept yourself and others. Click on the images or links below to see each blog post.
HEALTHY BODY IMAGE INSPIRATION
Developing a healthy body image and accepting imperfections go hand-in-hand. Here is inspiration on developing and keeping a healthy body image. Click on the images or links below to see each blog post.
HOW DO YOU ACCEPT YOUR IMPERFECTIONS AND OTHERS?
Do you or someone you know have vitiligo? How do you accept your imperfections? What ways do accept others’ imperfections?
Sometimes accepting others’ imperfections starts by accepting yourself. Other times accepting your imperfections happens by being more accepting of others. My wish for you is to use your imperfections, whether vitiligo or other imperfections, to grow into who you are truly meant to be.
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