I mean when we take looks at our pictures or when we look in the mirror and we don't like what we see, does that mean that a person who is with us at that moment will look at us in different way. Will they see the same flaws ?
Beauty is the eye of the beholder. Flaws in my book a generally identifying markers, i.e. you are this. They provide a visual map of experiences and memories. I got this scar doing this, I broke my nose doing that.
The person you are with is with you because of your "flaws", He just doesn't see it that way.
As the person looking at yourself, you have looked at yourself your whole life. You form opinions on what is wrong with you through the combined experiences of what you have learned is attractive from media, from idiots, from whatever. You overanalyse yourself, and you sometimes find things on the internet to back it up.
It is a mental mindset and, I hope the person you are with can convince you to change that because in his eyes, you are, for all intents and purposes, his world. (and the world is full of beauty).
They'll see their own flaws in you. People can only understand as much about others as they can about themselves. They'll pick up on the flaws they've dealt with themselves and be mostly unaware of the others. All in all, perceptions can vary wildly.
Perception is reality. Whatever you truly believe is going to be real to you. When it comes to things of an opinion type nature, like someone's looks, there are some generalities that most people agree with, but I've found that each individual person has an incredibly unique experience that shapes the way they see things. Each person is so different. What you hate about yourself someone else may absolutely love, as crazy as that sounds.
Yes, I believe we see ourselves differently than others.
I think we notice our flaws more than others do.
we all put ourselves down. we think "ugh, I have a zit above my eyebrow. everyone's gonna stare at it." but most of the time, other people don't notice that little zit above our eyebrow, or that one freckle on the side of our nose. it's our own insecurities that make us think people are gonna notice something wrong with us. but when I see people out in public, I notice, "wow, that person has really nice eyes", or "that person has a great, bright smile." it sounds cheesy, but I'm just trying to make a point, haha. I don't notice flaws in other people. I point out their beauty. and I'm sure I'm not the only one.
I think we don't 'see' ourselves different but we 'judge' ourselves harder then we judge other people , I guess. And nobody knows your body so good as you do... I think if you see the same little flaw ten times a day it will get annoy you more then it does to other people, so don't be to hard on your self :)