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Subject: Re: Feeling insecure...advice?

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Date Posted: 17:34:25 04/11/12 Wed
In reply to: mrs contestant 's message, "Feeling insecure...advice?" on 14:39:11 11/13/11 Sun

>Went to a local pageant/trunk show and met many of my
>fellow contestants. All of them had nice big
>implants, were fake baked to the extreme and a couple
>were already toasted by the time they got there. I
>however, do not, however I have a large natural bust.
> While trying on dresses, a couple comments were
>thrown my way and now I'm feeling bummed.
>I know it's important to be myself, be proud and all
>that, but honestly, how can I compete with women who's
>bodies will "fill" the dress, swimsuit and everything
>else in a very different way than me. I am apparently
>only one of about 3 who has children. The rest are
>just married, one is even on her 3rd marriage...
>I know it's a MRS pageant, not a mom pageant, but to
>me, when I think of MRS, even before I became a MRS I
>thought or a well-rounded, elegant women with a
>husband and FAMILY. a woman who could do it all, not
>just get married, party/club the night away (seen the
>FB's other some other contestants, and yes I am
>Disappointed, this isn't what I thought I was getting
>myself into. I did meet some previous winners and
>they seemed nice, classy and normal enough, granted
>last years was a bottle blonde with bad roots, big
>fake implants who could not even crack the top 15...
>I always thought ultimately the winner was someone who
>could best represent the state at Nationals, not who
>looks best in a swimsuit.
>Pity Party Over.
Try not to be upset or worry. Focus on yourself and do your best. You cannot control who the judges are or how qualified they are. I do think having children makes someone a more well-rounded contestant, but some women cannot or choose not to have kids...They are, however, still very much a Mrs. Life is not always fair, and sometimes the best candidates do not win. But, I believe most of the time, the judges do look beyond the superficial. i know I would... because winning the crown is only the beginning for someone who takes this opportunity seriously, and who plans on using it for the greater good. Be confident in who you are and give it all you've got!!!!!!

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