In society, we see an “ideal outlook” of what we should look like spread across fashion magazines and in various television shows. At the end of the day, it is normal for some people to take a long look in the mirror and point out their flaws. Next thing you know, we start zoning in on our flaws. Highlighting our flaws end up having a multitude of negative thoughts about our appearance. My friend Diana Morgan invited me to the Being With: Our Bodies event at the Willam Vale hotel in Brooklyn, New York. The event allowed people to help find beauty within their internalized body flaws. To sum up, the workshop wanted attendees to adhere to the concept of self-love completely.