10 Songs About Loving Yourself For Who You Are

(Last Updated On: July 7, 2019)

When people star loving themselves and accepting themselves for who they are, they tend to feel better over time. So many hide from themselves and don’t even know who they are. If you are on a journey to self discovery and accepting yourself for who you are here is a list of songs you may enjoy.

1. Alessia Cara – Scars To Your Beautiful


The song is about body image directed at women. Alessia was inspired by the things that certain women go through on a daily basis in order to feel loved or in order to love themselves.

 

2. Hailee Steinfeld – Love Myself


The song is about coping after a breakup and realizing self value.

 

3. Pink – Fuckin Perfect


Lyrically the song encourages people to accept one another for who they are.

 

4. Anne Marie – Perfect


It talks about the beauty of imperfection and rejects the idea that perfection is possible. This makes people to be more accommodating with their flaws and insecurities and to be okay with being themselves.

 

5. Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass


This is an empowerment song about being okay with being thick. It was Meghan Trainor’s debut single that catapulted her to fame.

 

6. Meghan Trainor – Me Too


This song is about Meghan Trainor celebrating herself as a confident person and her body.

 

7. Billie Eilish – Copy Cat


This is the first track off Billie Eilish’s debut EP. She takes shots at fake people who act like the real themselves through copying mannerisms.

 

8. Jessie J – Who You Are


The song is all about Jessie reassuring people that it’s okay to be sad sometimes as long as you continue to stay true to who you are and not become somebody else.

 

9. Linkin Park – Numb


This is one of Linkin Park’s most popular songs which topped the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart for 12 weeks. The song is about a child being forced to follow the dreams their parents once had but were never able to achieve.

 

10. Naughty Boy – Runnin’


In the song, Beyonce comes to terms with her identity and her past. She no longer runs from her personal challenges and want to face her insecurities.