Hey guys, it's Sam Puckett here. Today I want to talk about something that has been on my mind a lot lately - self-acceptance.

Growing up, I always felt like I had to be tough and strong all the time. Maybe it was because of everything I went through with my family or maybe it was just who I am deep down inside. But as I've gotten older, I've realized that being tough doesn't mean you can't also be vulnerable sometimes.

I used to think that showing any kind of weakness was a sign of failure, but now I see that embracing your imperfections is actually a sign of strength. It takes courage to admit when you're struggling or when you need help, and there's nothing wrong with asking for support when you need it.

For so long, I tried to hide behind this facade of toughness because I thought that's what people expected from me. But now? Now, well...I'm starting to realize that vulnerability isn't a weakness at all; it's part of what makes us human.

You know what else? It's okay not to have everything figured out all the time. Life is messy and complicated and unpredictable - trust me, I know! Sometimes things don't go according to plan no matter how hard we try.

But instead of beating ourselves up over our mistakes or shortcomings (believe me, been there!), why not learn from them instead? Embrace those imperfections as part of who we are rather than trying so hard to change ourselves into someone we're not meant to be.

So here's the thing: life is too short for self-doubt and insecurity (been there too!). We should celebrate our quirks and flaws because they make us unique individuals in this crazy world full

And hey - if anyone tells you otherwise? Well then they can take their negativity somewhere else 'cause ain’t nobody got time for that!

In conclusion...wait did i just write an essay?? Oh man..well whatever let’s do some random stuff later folks! Stay cool y'all 😉