It shows how most of us are not immune to the hateful and mean comments people leave under her posts and pictures. Junior’s experience was also an eye opener in terms of showing her who truly cares for her.
I think the key is to take those comments lightly, especially if they are not from people you are close with. Definitely not her coward of ex-boyfriend and group of fake friends.
Here are a few life lessons I learned along the way… After awhile, though, I came to realize what a meaningless insult it is. “People have always seen me as nothing more than a pretty girl,” one of my friends tells me, “and sometimes that’s all I can see, too.” I hope that we all can see how beautiful we are, but more importantly, I hope that we can see we are much more than that. Whether you express yourself in a creative way (I’ve made a career out of writing about my awkward childhood) or lend an empathetic ear to a kid who’s going through a rough time, use your experience to make the world a more open and compassionate place–for ugly ducklings and for swans.
Hurt, Junior moves to Phitsanulok where she will attend university. Junior gets her maid, almost family member, Aoi to accompany her.
At Phitsanulok, Junior meets the handsome Seau (meaning Tiger) – an older student who also majors in tourism management.
In elementary school I was chubby with scraggly blond hair. Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder.
In high school I had low self-esteem and a pretty intense case of dandruff. The definition of beauty is changing all the time and is dramatically different based on context, culture, and the ever-changing whims of the media.