So here you are, single again, and questioning everything about yourself just like you did when you were in High School, except now you are in the school of life.
Why was I not good enough? What did I do wrong? Is it because I’m old? Is it because I no longer look the way I did when we first got married?
Who would want me now? How can I compete with younger women to find a loving partner? Who would find me attractive?
Then you might start telling yourself some very destructive and self-sabotaging messages, such as:
*Now I’ll be alone for the rest of my life.
*I hate how I look.
*I look tired.
*I look old.
*I look terrible in all my clothes.
I am sure you have had a few of the damaging inner chatter talks, but I want to tell you to stop talking and start listening.
You are never too old to love how you look. NEVER! The only person you have to impress is yourself and only yourself. When you like what you see in a full-length mirror, others will as well.
I see that sparkle in a woman’s eyes when she sees herself in clothes that transform her from feeling frumpy to fabulous. ALL women can have that sparkle, no matter their age, size, budget or marital status.
Don’t think you have to dress like you are in your 30’s to look desirable, as that will backfire in a big way. When women dress like they are a few decades younger it often makes them look even older and occasionally a bit silly.
Let’s get started on getting you going in the right direction about the brand new chapter in your book, and together we can make it a page-turner!
FYI: This is a chapter from my book, Stop Stressing About Dressing.
Take the following steps to get a fresh start on transforming how you feel and see yourself.
It is never too late to look your best, start over, and look forward. There’s a reason people don’t walk backward!
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