We live in a world where nothing is as it seems. It’s human nature, for people to want to portray the best version of themselves. Social media and commercialism just makes it worse. .
When I was in college I minored in psychology, mostly because I was obsessed with abnormal psych and the way the human mind works. They say dysfunction happens when your actual self does not match up with your ideal self. So what does that say about us now? .
Snap, edit, post, repeat. We see it… everyday. Unrealistic expectations and people scrambling to hide the imperfections. .
I’m not excluding myself from this. I show people a very narrow glimpse of everything that goes on in my life. I call it privacy, others call it a highlight reel. Regardless… I don’t generally post the bad stuff because I don’t need the reminders. If you can read people even the slightest bit you will be able to see between the lines. I strategically sprinkle hints here and there, see who’s paying attention. 😉 .
My clients get the unedited version and that’s what truly matters to me. To be real, genuine, and able to relate to others on a personal level every single day. .
Oh and this picture ⬆️, I dug this up from 2016… a really dark time in my life, I was feeling quite the opposite of the glowy goddess I was portraying. Who knew! 😜