Woman Perfectly Describes The Definition Of Beauty

They sometimes say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In fact, we probably have our own idea of beauty, regardless of whether we are looking at ourselves or someone else. The problem for many women, however, is that their perception of beauty changes as they get older. Sometimes, it even goes in cycles and we might find that one year we have a certain way of looking at ourselves and the next year, it is different. Even though there are no big changes in the mirror, it is still true. If you have ever found yourself feeling that way, you are going to love this page. It will make you smile and make you think.

A woman looks in the mirror…

Age 3: Looks at herself and sees a Queen

Age 8: Looks at herself and sees herself as Cinderella/Sleeping Beauty.

Age 15: Looks at herself and sees herself as Cinderella/Sleeping Beauty/Cheerleader or if she is PMS’ing: sees Fat/Pimples/UGLY (“Mom I can’t go to school looking like this!”)

Age 20: Looks at herself and sees “too fat/too thin, too short/too tall, too straight/too curly” – but decides she’s going anyway.

Age 30: Looks at herself and sees “too fat/too thin, too short/too tall, too straight/too curly” – but decides she doesn’t have time to fix it, she’s going anyway.

Age 40: Looks at herself and sees “too fat/too thin, too short/too tall, too straight/too curly” – but says, “At least I’m clean” and goes anyway.

Age 50: Looks at herself and sees “I am” and goes wherever she wants to go.

Age 60: Looks at herself and reminds herself of all the people who can’t even see themselves in the mirror anymore. Goes out and conquers the world.

Age 70: Looks at herself & sees wisdom, laughter and ability, goes out and enjoys life.

Age 80: Doesn’t bother to look. Just puts on a purple hat and goes out to have fun with the world.

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