CONFESSIONS OF A NERD AND A SELF-HATER: BOUDOIR’S CONVERSION

 CONFESSIONS OF A NERD AND A SELF HATER: BOUDOIR’S CONVERSION
Photo by Arlene Briones, courtesy of the Boudoir Dolls

I have always hated myself both in and out.

I’ve always felt stupid, ugly, not worth being loved that I have to confess that now you see me do philanthropic endeavors using talents help others, I initially used the THEATRE not like that but to experience becoming a different person.

When I started going back to Church and started conversion to go back to Christ in 1999, part of my broken self had been treated and brought back.

I must admit I am still a work in progress. But I’m quick to say that I have no  complaints as I am been truly blessed.

The Boudoir experience may not have transformed me to be the next Tweetie de Leon but it transcended my perception of myself to be more confident, physically and psychologically it helped to realized I’m not this horrible person.

I was created beautifully and the phrase that I was “created in the image and likeness of God” rang a bell. That everyone he created is beautiful, I just have to see beyond what I used to and open myself into accepting myself fully.  

Now, I may not exactly were sexy clothes, I still comfortable ones. But the different is, I have loved myself more because of this experience. Not to a narcissistic sense but more of a confident me.

MY BOUDOIR JOURNEY:

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