Fake it 'til you make it isn't the best advice if you're a surgeon, but it can be worth following when it comes to our social lives. Cristen from Stuff Mom Never Told You reads an empowering letter from a fan who was born with a facial anomaly. We're so inspired by this woman, who goes out and has a great time with her friends, despite her own anxieties and the fact that people always stare. It's a great reminder that confidence isn't about having everything 100 percent figured out. It's about being brave enough to ignore some of your worries and get out there to live the life you deserve.
This Moving Video Proves the Power of "Fake It 'Til You Make It"