I tried to look for an image on google with a human being that would be perfect for the header visual but alas, I had to content myself with this gorgeous vector rose from onemillionwallpapers.com, lol.
When I read this post, and even till now, I don't think the beautiful have problems. Prove me wrong and I'll take away that statement. I find this funny and sensible but not sure if I believe it is the truth. If you watch TED and have come across the talk by Cameron Russell, you'll tilt your head in agreement with me and tilt your head the other way in agreement with her. Note how the beautiful is qualified with 'very'?
It sounds paradoxical to talk of the of being beautiful, when we’re so alive to all the advantages that go with possessing sculpted cheekbones, copious amounts of hair, an ideal nose, long, slender legs and well-moulded ankles.
But the subject is necessary and legitimate, because beauty is not in fact problem-free. There are a range of ailments (too little discussed) that go with being extremely beautiful. Here are seven of the greatest.
Fortunately, the problems of the very beautiful are transient. Thankfully, no one stays long at the peak of loveliness. Time will take your troubles away. In a few years, almost certainly, your looks will have lost their uncanny perfection; your physique will shed its grace. You will be nice enough looking, but you will no longer be one of the outstandingly attractive ones – and you will no longer share in their unique, but very real and very under-appreciated, problems.