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My husband thinks I am. And my mother thought I was. But I have never thought of myself that way. When I look in a mirror, I see only flaws. My face is crooked – my nose is slightly crooked, my ears are crooked. I’ve always thought my eyes were too intense.
It’s not that I believe that I am ugly. I just don’t think that I am beautiful.
I didn’t think my parents were ugly. I thought they were very attractive people. My mother always had her hair done and I rarely saw her without makeup. My father was a very handsome man.
In the face of my own child, I see my parents. The same serious eyes of my father (although she’s got Moo’s Mom’s eye color) and I believe that she’ll have dimples like my mother.
Why can I see the beauty in my child’s face when the beauty I see is much of what I see in the mirror? How can I teach her to see her own beauty when I am unable to see my own?