1,911 Best Things Anybody Ever Said by Robert Byrne

By Robert Byrne

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And since not all experiences are the same, I will also share the stories of women who have tried the different treatments and share their results. (Note: These treatments can be expensive. ) I truly believe that this is just the beginning—and that in the future we’re going to see many more options to make ourselves look fresher and better. Just remember that it’s not about looking younger; it’s about looking as great as you can look for your age. What do you see when you look in the mirror? As part of the baby-boomer generation, I grew up in an era that equated beauty with suntanned skin.

I believe there needs to be a fundamental change in the way we think about beauty. We can either fall into this cycle of self-loathing, or we can empower ourselves with the knowledge to deal with the things that make us unhappy. I want to get rid of the stigma that surrounds aging. Aging (or getting older) should be seen as a process through which a woman can gain more vitality, strength, wisdom, and a new sense of her beauty. It really is an evolution. Today, there are many ways for women to be their best at any age.

Making it more difficult, the movie industry in the United States promotes a lineless, motionless look for women of all ages that is, ironically, so nonthreatening that it is scary. But not “scary” in the way we want in the movies. Not in a way that would wake us up, kick us in the butt, and say, “Hey! ” Debra Winger The knowledge that Bobbi has shared begs the question of how palpable can beauty, enhanced or not, be without acceptance of oneself at every stage of life. I am interested in this question.

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