Price Of BeautyYou won't find beauty here.
The death of 28-year-old Isabelle Caro, the frighteningly thin French actress and model who symbolized the tragedy of anorexia, came after a life that she said was full of "suffering."
Marie Caro, whose daughter ( Isabelle) made headlines around the world after a picture of her gaunt naked body appeared in a shocking ad campaign, took her own life earlier this month after being consumed with 'enormous guilt'.
Sex symbol and troubled soul, Marilyn Monroe whose death is believed to be a "probable" suicide, was adored for her curves and voluptuous figure. Known to be a gentle and sweet soul she hide behind her beauty and was known as a wiley and charming temptress unfortunately, what hid beneath the surface was a tormented girl looking for love and acceptance.
The moral of the story has nothing to do with a person's size, it has everything to do with the dangers of basing a whole existence on outside beauty. Superficial lives tend to lack the depth needed for a enduring self resilience. Looking for beauty in the pages of a magazine or by mimicking the beauty seen in Hollywood and the Silver Screen will lead to surer failure. Whether or not we like it, we can only fit into our own skin, so we need to learn to be comfortable in it.
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