Kayise Ngqula used social media to discuss how accepting her scars improved her self-esteem.
The actress claimed she's been fighting her fears for years and is glad she's now embracing them.
Kayise used to feel too self-conscious to show off certain parts of her body, but she felt liberated when she wore a crop top to an event recently.
She added, "I want to talk about how liberated I felt wearing this clothing yesterday after a long fight with doubts over how to display certain aspects of my body that I wasn't comfortable with or didn't like, notably my scars."
She also stated that her profound love for herself has allowed her the freedom to present herself in the world as she wishes.
“This newfound and confirming deep love I have for myself has not only given me permission to show myself in the world in whichever way I want, but it has also given the universe and her people permission to love me exactly as I am.
“I can't tell you how wonderful it felt to be thanked simply for being myself. A true tribute to the idea of loving oneself and coming as you are is exactly what is required. You are sufficient!!” Kayise sai sai sai sai sd.
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