I mean of course I know my flaws, and used to allow myself to dwell on them all the time, but recently I have learned how unhelpful that it is, so I have started to see the bigger picture and appreciate how I am, not how I could be. and I am happy with how I look.
is this treading a fine line between healthy thought and and vanity/egoism? I don't really know - this mode of thought is relatively new to me. tell me if I am just being silly or if I am right to question. thanks.
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No, if you are asking this question... then most likely it's not from a vain heart. I think it's healthy to know what you have, but the point when it becomes unhealthy is when you use it as a weapon against other people. Or have that pride thinking you are better than everyone else... that's an ego issue there. Becoming happy in your own skin is one of the most amazing things a person can accomplish. I think it's a good thing to know that you are good looking :)1