At present we are frequently told that being perfect is something everybody should want. It is implicated by the fact that we are often convinced that in the life there is no place for weaknesses and, in order to be successful, we are recommended to control every little step and every little move we make in order to make it perfect.
Such a might lead to so-called perfectionism, which is a pretty demanding and complicated complication. Similar is proved by the fact that Despite the fact that somebody wants something good (at least in theory), in the reality the desperate need for perfection makes such person no longer feel free. Similar situation is connected with beauty and the way it is promoted in diverse medias. It is connected with the fact that for example in many TV ads people talk about being great and hiding every little imperfection as something that can assure ourselves feeling satisfied and aware of our value. However, in the reality it is not as (www
Above all, beauty is a term that is not only referred to the way a woman looks. Although the physical factor is surely pretty meaningful, we ought to also realize that previously mentioned thing might be real if a woman feels satisfied and pleased with her life etc. If it is not taken into consideration, the image can be really superficial, which is, unfortunately, increasingly often made by miscellaneous marketing experts. In the reality, there should be some place left for mistakes, which is certainly far more beautiful, as everyone makes mistakes that only indicate we are human not robots.
In the light of the points mentioned above, we are recommended to be really patient when staring at various models and women who participate in various medias. In majority of cases then the beauty there is superficially underscored in order to develop a need for perfection and comparisons with person that is shown in the TV. This kind advertisements ought to be treated with proper distance, which might help us stay healthy and avoid falling into the trap of chasing perfection standards.