Well Said by Ms. Osbourne

"No matter how hard you try, no matter what you do to yourself — surgically, or no matter how much weight you lose or gain — when you wake up, you’re still going to be you. You’re not ever going to wake up and be someone else, so you better figure out a way to like yourself! I have tons of female friends in England, but in L.A., I have a very small handful of female friends. My one friend would say to me, 'Look at yourself in the mirror right now and say to yourself that you are beautiful,' and I’m like, 'No way! Absolutely not,' and she made me do it everyday, ten times a day. It literally would make me uncomfortable. It would make my top lip sweat — I couldn’t do it! She would go, 'Look at your face. What do you have that no one else has?' and I would go, 'Seventeen double chins?' and she goes, 'No. You’re the only girl I know who hasn’t had a nose job. And look how long your bottom lashes are!' You only see what you want to see. You just have to start with the little things and never jump into the deep end, and just realize that you are beautiful, no matter what. You just have to learn to love yourself. It’s easier said than done. I’m not going to sit here and be like, 'I just woke up one day and loved myself!' People saw what I went through. People saw and still see the mistakes that I continue to make, because I’m human. But, at least I get up everyday and try again. 

My past made me, but it did not define me. it will never define me and I will always be changing. I will never be perfect, nor do I want to be. I’m a strong believer in, no matter what your dream may be, if you never give up, you’ll achieve it. It’s just that people give up

In this world, you’re expected to want to know what you want to do with the rest of your life by the time you are 18. How the f*ck is anyone supposed to know that?! There’s so much pressure on the youth to be something that doesn’t even exist and then we wonder why kids are having so many issues!"

— Kelly Osbourne <3