There's a very real temptation to numb the emotions we experience by immersing ourselves in our Insta feeds, obsessing over YouTube videos, and simply ignoring them. The problem is that after all of that is said and done, the emotions are still there. Read a passage from Liv's diary and learn from her reflections on all of it years later. It just may help you to open up, too.
I didn’t grow up with a famous family in a mansion in Encino, California. I wasn’t on a television show that was watched by millions of people. I didn’t travel the globe to sell out venues, performing in front of millions of fans. I wasn’t on the cover of magazines working with the best makeup artists, fashion designers, and photographers. I didn’t attend award shows with people screaming my name, and I wasn’t mentioned on any famous heartthrob’s list as their dream date. You see, she was everything I wasn’t, and I wanted to be her. If you're struggling with comparison and acceptance, I can help.
Hey y'all! It's me, Liv. I cannot believe The Colorfully Candid Paradigm has been existence for five whole years! Where did the time go? It seems like yesterday that I…
Do you remember her? Do you remember the little girl who enjoyed the freedom to choose her clothes for the first time? The little girl who didn’t let the world define her? She didn’t care about what anyone else thought. She wrapped herself in polka dots and stripes without pausing to consider the color scheme.