Lauren Conrad Brings the Quote of the Day

Lauren Conrad Brings the Quote of the Day 1

Well, (sighs) I don’t know, I think it’s hard because when you’re a girl, and I was probably going through the worst of it at the time, you criticize yourself the most. So yeah. there are definitely days when you come home and you think, “I’m fat and I’m ugly and this and that.” But you just have to look at the bigger picture and instead think, “You know what? I’m healthy and I’m fortunate and I think that there are people a lot worse off than me. You kind of have to put things in perspective.

Lauren Conrad about the pressures of Hollywood

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Lauren Conrad Brings the Quote of the Day 2

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17 thoughts on “Lauren Conrad Brings the Quote of the Day”

  1. Oh my, that’s the same stuff my mother always said to me, when I was complaining (teenage insecurities). “Your legs are not to big, and besides, be happy that you have healthy legs”. It’s true, but it never helped.

  2. That’s exactly what i tell myself; sometimes i feel like Gollum – lotr – one side yelling oh you’re fat and horrible the other yelling back no you’re not and you are healthy and working with what you got so on and so forth. I think really she’s honest…

    • I know that voice so well, Uma. It’s the constant nagging critic that exists in a lot of people. Sometimes we are not even aware of it and it can wreak havoc on your self-esteem and goals. Try to treat that voice like an annoying pest – that’s what it is – it’s not YOU…it’s just a habit that we get into. Say “that’s interesting”, listen to the critic and say to yourself I understand that I may have some faulty thought patterns but I love myself and will not give credence to it. Try looking up “afformations” – and i meant to spell it like that – you will see why.

      • LOL Let’s embrace our inner Gollum girls!!!!

        And the worst thing is that that little voice never shuts up, not even when we r in our best shapes. It’s the little gift the media culture have left us… Gee, thnx!

  3. She feels better knowing there are people who got it worst? Thats awful
    PS:Who buys her books? I cant imagine what kind of empty stupidity can you write in in a book..

    • Nope. She’s trying to say that you have to be appreciative for what you have and to not sweat the small stuff because the reality of the situation is their is alot of people worse off than you. That’s what she meant.

  4. Not a fan of the eyeliner or the dress, but I like what she said. She’s a cutie…glad she gave up that ridiculous (but addictive) reality show! She’s the only one who was “real” enough to move on to better things…

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