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My beauty isn’t measured by society’s standard - Pastor Paul Enenche's daughter addresses.

According to Lindaikejisblog. Recently, the daughter of popular Nigerian pastor, Dr. Paul Enenche, took to her social media platform to address a growing concern among young people in the society.

She addressed what she referred to as 'Miss Holier than thou, Assistant Jesus and Convenient Christian'.

According to her, society has created a standard of beauty that young people have been forced to conform to.

She stated that people are often judged by their physical appearance, and are made to feel less worthy if they do not meet these societal standards.

She emphasized that beauty should not be limited to physical appearance alone, but should encompass character, values and the inner beauty of an individual.

Her post received a lot of positive reactions from young people who shared similar experiences of being judged and made to feel inadequate because they did not meet societal standards of beauty.

Many thanked her for speaking out and encouraging others to embrace their uniqueness.

The pressure to conform to societal beauty standards has become a growing concern among young people, particularly women.

Social media platforms have contributed significantly to this pressure, with filters and editing tools that create unrealistic standards of beauty.

Many young people feel the need to constantly compare themselves to others, leading to low self-esteem and poor mental health.

As a society, we need to redefine our standards of beauty and recognize that every individual is unique and has something valuable to offer.

We need to celebrate diversity and teach our young people to embrace their individuality.

Parents, religious leaders, and other influencers in the society have a critical role to play in promoting positive body image and self-esteem among young people.

The message from Pastor Paul Enenche's daughter is a timely reminder that our beauty should not be defined by society's standard.

We should all strive to be the best versions of ourselves, embracing our unique qualities and character.

Let us promote a culture of self-love, acceptance and inclusivity, and create a society where every individual feels valued and appreciated.

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