In Psalm 139, the famous words that each person is “fearfully and wonderfully made” are written.
God’s definition of beauty is not the same as the one that we find in pop culture. He does not set us up for failure or disappointment like the media does when it parades the unrealistic images of supposed perfection in front of our eyes.
God creates variety from which we choose a partner and then He instructs us to live with this partner through the good and the bad, in our youth and old age.
In God’s eyes, each of us is magnificent regardless of the world’s standard of beauty. We need to remember that our chosen partner is one of God’s wonderful ideas and, therefore, do nothing that could damage, dishonor, or disrespect our marriage vows.
We experience dissatisfaction with our physical appearance, particularly as we age. God, though, wanted and designed both of us; therefore, each of us should dwell on our better attributes and also those of our spouse. To dwell on what we do not have or what our partner does not have only negatively impacts a marriage.
(taken from God Sex book)