Even though not all people think, they are being deceived, truth of the matter is, it is easy to be deceived whatever you think you are or not, many things are full of lies and have a negative impact on today’s society. Because your minds tend to sometimes turn off and you start to believe all those lies and you see them everywhere in magazines, books, billboards and even on television.
When you read a magazine do you ever wish you could be as pretty, skinny or flawless a person you see? Truth is you cannot. Everything they do to a person in a magazine is fake that is right it is almost 100% photo shopped. This makes many young teenagers think they are not and will never be good enough, or even accepted into today’s world. This makes teens want to change themselves or be better, be skinnier, be FLAWLESS! That is impossible. Do not put yourself down because you think you are not good enough or will ever be good enough because you are and will always be good enough.
There was a quote saying, “How you see yourself guides a lot of your choices, opinions, and feelings about things like dating, love, friendship and basically everything else in your life.” You should see yourself as you, not as someone else. Do not change yourself to be accepted, do not change yourself at all. You should want to be accepted they way you are. That may be hard but it really is not. Find the truth in yourself and your friends. You will hear and see lies but it is your job not to ignore them.
Once upon a time, there was lion in the jungle, dying of hunger because there was scarcity of food. A villager promised it to feed but on one condition – he has to come alone. However, the kind-hearted lion melted as soon as others asked it for help. To the misery, the villager denied providing it food as the lion violated his orders. Do not trust others blindly, just as the lion was deceived by the advice of other animals similarly dubious investment tips do not help investors. One must make his own judgement and always consult a good financial adviser.