But you’re wrong

I read a long time ago that most people when they look into a mirror tend to see only the things they don’t like about themselves. A crooked tooth, a bent nose, too large ears, a double chin.
The problem is we believe that’s also the thing others concentrate on when they look at us.
But studies show nothing could be further from the truth.
The things we see that make us cringe and not want to leave the house, the experts have found, are barely noticed by others. In fact, others tend to notice only the best of us. Our bright eyes, our captivating smile.
So, go easier on the person you see in the mirror. That person is a lot more pleasant to look at than you think.

Ed Ackerman