Loving the insides, but not the outsides

First up, I’ve just been reading all of this month’s Ask Brooke and want to thank you so much for such value here.

Here’s my question – I feel that I truly like myself “on the inside” and believe I’m capable, loving, generous, smart, creative, bold, principled 🙂 At the exact same time I do not like my “outside self” – I’m not beautiful or slim or athletic or quick-talking or funny or worldly and I feel a huge amount of shame around this (made worse by feeling it “shouldn’t matter”). The result of this is that I’m shy. How can I feel good about all of me, not just the inside — is the thought work I need to do on my opinion of myself or on my relationships with others?