Some of the most encouraging words are ‘You are not alone.’ It reminds us during times of difficulty that others have gone through and continue to. Those words give hope, and with that emotion, we can remain resilient during struggles.
This blog started with the need to heal within me. Words then blossomed into a desire to share what I learn with others. As much as I hate to admit it I am not that special.
In the sense that my struggles and dreams can also be the same as a stranger. That conclusion made me realize that sharing my most vulnerable moments could inspire someone else to heal.
This blog is built on my struggle with self-confidence. My acne story is one part of a much bigger picture. I decided to use that experience because it triggered me to begin the healing process.
This was a turning point in my life, and I really love who I am becoming. I want everyone to feel at peace, love themselves, and experience the joy of accepting themselves.
Why Use Those Words?
I want to remind my readers that no one is perfect. There is no denying that you will have things you want to change.
Flaws are things you want to change because you label them negatively like I did my acne.
Each time the phrase ‘Love Every Flaw’ is read I hope the reader is triggered to think of what they want to change in an accepting manner.
Try to accept things you may want to change for what they are. Once I did I learned a valuable lesson.
I Am Enough and I Want Better.Tyshiana Johnson
From there start taking actions that will bring you to whatever ‘better’ is.
I don’t mind exploiting my flaws, struggles, and insecurities to help the next person feel normal. It is my belief that normalcy drives people to correct the things they thought were not worth addressing.
Remember that you are not alone and I want to encourage you to heal with me.
Love Every Flaw