A princess isn't a size, it's a state of mind. It's loving yourself no matter what. It's how to see yourself inside. It's becoming your own princess and not buying into stereotypes. It's making your own magic!
“You take each comment, each judgment, each assumption, each opinion, each strange look, each remark, each criticism, each review, each report, each assessment, and with it your self-esteem plummets like a sinking ship. Why am I not good enough?”
"But when you resize a girl's pants from a 9 to a 16 and label it 'plus size,' how am I supposed to fight that? How do you expect me to convince her that she doesn't need to skip dinner for the next month because her pants size didn't *actually* go up by seven digits?"
Hey girls, here’s the truth. We struggle with thinking our worth comes from the world—and that is a sin. We are putting the world’s view of us ahead of our relationship with Jesus Christ.
Reshma Qureshi was attacked in 2014. Concentrated sulphuric acid left her face badly burned. With the help of this awesome non-profit, she's walking the runway and embracing her beauty.