Boudoir State of Mind: Why It’s Ok to Show Off Sometimes
You see it everywhere, “if you’ve got it, flaunt it.” If this is an accepted fact, then why do the people who do “flaunt it,” celebrities included, speak so often of feeling ostracized? Why is it that people are so threatened by talent? What is it about a successful woman that intimidates people? Simple. A successful woman has power, and a talented woman who displays her unique abilities has the capacity to change her environment. That not only makes people jealous and uncomfortable, it terrifies them.
So many times people will say things offhandedly. “Don’t be such a show off.” Or they might not even say anything, they might just start to ignore you. You should never take this to heart. Often, it has little to do with you. People live their lives surrounded by so much fear, that when they see someone else shining brightly, instead of feeling inspired to shine themselves, they would rather snuff out that light. The light that them feel insecure.
We aren’t mice, meant to run and hide at the threat of discovery, we are meant to be lions, unabashed and proud of our ability to roar. And roar we will. True, there is a fine line between arrogance and confidence, but you shouldn’t keep your abilities to yourself for fear if what people might think. If you’re good at something, do it, and do it well. You don’t have to stand on the street corner and scream “I am the greatest!” You can show off without telling off, and by doing so you’re being true to the strength inside of you. It’s perfectly ok to show off, if you’ve worked hard for something be proud and let the world know.
It doesn’t matter what people think. If they’re jealous, let them be jealous. Your light may cause shadows to form, but it will make the world brighter. So show off, and shine brightly for all to see, don’t keep yourself hidden. The world would be at a loss for it.
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