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Woman Asked How To Deal With Not Being ‘Pretty’ And A Man Had The Perfect Response

It just goes to show that sometimes a woman would find genuinely good advice in the most unlikely places – from a man.


Some women can feel very insecure, there will be times that they just don’t know how to deal with it anymore. One woman took to social media to share her feelings about not being pretty.

She shared a heartbreaking entry on Reddit, opening up about her struggles with self-confidence. She titled the post, “Ladies, how do you deal with not being pretty?” Fortunately, one male Reddit user gave her some genuinely impressive and important advice.

The woman wrote:

“I am not pretty, and I never will be. I can wear makeup, do my hair, wear a lovely dress and heels and I’ll never look like a 9/10. I know it shouldn’t bother me, but it does- I want to be beautiful, and I get so jealous that these other girls are born pretty.”

She then proceeded to ask a couple of questions that clearly showed her frustrations for not looking as beautiful as the other women.

Most users reassured the woman that she’s beautiful in her own way and that she shouldn’t be so hard on herself. But one man replied with a lengthy message that definitely struck a chord.

He said:

“I’m not ‘mansplaining’ or trying to discount how you feel – I’m offering a perspective that might help … I wish I could let you into a man’s head as he’s falling in love with a woman. It’s a process that’s so alien, so strange, that I’m afraid you’ve got to experience it to believe it. But it’s as real as death and taxes….”

He went on to share some very relatable details when you start liking someone.

He shared that “A man in love with a woman doesn’t see her objectively.” The attraction is not just because of her pretty face and perfect smile, men notice something more than that.

He explained that when a man loves a woman, she is “perfect and beautiful.” Read the full post here.


Man Loses Wallet on Plane, Gets it Back Home with a Little Extra Gift

Should I lose my wallet and see what happens?


Honesty and kindness is now a rare gift but just like chivalry, it still doesn't seem quite dead yet! Here's one more example, this time set in a plane and disguised as a travelling mishap. This one comes with a pleasantly surprising twist that will surely make your day!

The story shared by Jeannie Shamatt on Facebook started with a plane trip from Omaha to Denver. The trip was taken with her 20-year-old son Hunter, who lost his wallet in-flight. The loss, which was not discovered until much later, turned out to be an inspiring story of hope and kindness.


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77-Year-Old School Janitor Was A Former NASA Designer

One man proves that first impressions don’t tell the whole story.

Students at Knoxville, Tennessee's Coulter Grove Intermediate School have learned a valuable lesson — never judge a book by its cover. It’s so easy to judge other people by the way they look or by their profession. However, one man is another reminder to all of us that there’s always more than meets the eye.

Besides, most people who see Maury Forrester cleaning the halls at Coulter Grove Intermediate School don't know about his previous career. Decades ago, he was under contract to help NASA put a man on the moon.


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Moment of Kindness Caught on Cam as Man Returns Lost Wallet to a Woman’s Doorstep

Sometimes, kindness and honesty come unexpected, like love.


In this day and age, finding examples of kindness and honesty can be quite a challengee. So, it came as a welcome surprise for a DC woman, when she looked into her security camera footage and found a man returning something she has lost right at her doorstep.

Katie Egger Makris was pleasantly surprised when her Ring camera captured a man, whom she thought was the newspaper delivery guy arriving earlier than usual. To her surprise, he turned out to be delivering something else much more valuable - her lost wallet. She did not recognize the man at first, and has turned to Facebook to express her gratitude.

Katie Egger Makris, the owner of the wallet returned by a stranger.


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