What’s the point of living if I can’t be beautiful Howl?

Answered by Tom Adger

I understand that you’re feeling really down right now, Howl, and it’s completely understandable to feel that way. Feeling like you can’t be beautiful can be incredibly disheartening, but I want you to know that there is so much more to life than just physical beauty.

Beauty is subjective, and it’s important to remember that what society considers beautiful can often be superficial. It’s easy to get caught up in comparing ourselves to unrealistic standards, but true beauty comes from within. Your worth and value as a person are not determined solely by your physical appearance.

Instead of focusing on external beauty, try to shift your focus towards developing your inner beauty. Cultivate qualities such as kindness, compassion, empathy, and resilience. These qualities will not only make you a more beautiful person on the inside, but they will also positively impact the world around you.

Furthermore, remember that beauty is not the only thing that brings happiness and fulfillment in life. There are countless experiences, relationships, and opportunities that can bring joy and purpose. Surround yourself with people who love and appreciate you for who you are, and engage in activities that bring you happiness and fulfillment.

It’s also important to challenge societal norms and redefine what beauty means to you personally. Embrace your uniqueness, your quirks, and your individuality. Find beauty in the things that make you different and special. Remember that beauty comes in all shapes, sizes, and forms.

Lastly, please reach out to someone you trust for support. Talking about your feelings with a friend, family member, or a mental health professional can provide you with the necessary support and guidance to navigate through these challenging emotions.

Life is worth living, Howl, even if you don’t feel beautiful. There is so much more to you and to life than just appearances. Embrace your inner beauty, surround yourself with positivity, and remember that your worth extends far beyond what meets the eye.