self love

With her bright turban, flawless makeup and perfectly groomed beard, Harnaam Kaur is used to turning heads. But it’s her
Yet another wasted date with a loser, a guy who didn't look anything like their photo, or worse - someone who seemed perfect on paper but in reality, another evening with them makes you feel like chewing your own arm off?
Remember that feeling? Imagine how good it would be to feel this ourselves, now that school is a long distant memory. So let's not wait until January to make a fresh start, let us all try to get that Back To School feeling now with some of these intentions.
BUT, enacting these dreams in real life - especially the one where you go round to their place and calmly explain why they've got it wrong, beautiful tears rolling down your cheeks so they see what they've been missing all along - is NOT, I repeat, NOT, a good idea.
I never realised how much hair could impact someones life, because when you see someone who's lost their hair It's always a different feeling compared to actually experiencing it yourself. Only a few people knew about my alopecia, because I was too scared to tell anyone, I thought my friends would look at me different or treat me in a different way.
You'll run in circles wondering why the hell not. Wondering what you're doing wrong and what everyone else seems to be doing right. Wondering when somebody will look at you and say "you're perfect. You are enough" or, more importantly, when you will say it to yourself.
When we welcome a new baby into the world we tend to shower this innocent creature with gifts. This baby with no material
For now, I guess this is that moment that everyone warns you follows graduation, where you never really know what's next.
'Every sign of ageing that I have is a sign that I’m still alive.'
A video of a woman tearfully responding to trolls who said she “looked like an old hag” due to her grey hairs is continuing