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April 6, 2020
When you look at your body in the mirror, what do you see? If there was a long pause to answer this question, it is probably safe to assume the answer is not “I am awesome”. In fact, you’re not the only one who may feel not so great emotions regarding their body. Often times, women find themselves constantly comparing body shapes and images with other women on television, social media or even in the mall. Indeed, you have every right to feel and be completely honest with yourself, but what happens next? Do you stay in a funk? Or you do you change your circumstance? Change starts mentally first. There are different levels of self- perception.
It is a known fact that people with positive self-images are more susceptible in accomplishing an ideal body goal in comparison to those who see themselves in a negative light and would rather complain than change their situation. When your body image is positive, you are more appreciative and respectful to your body. People with healthy self-images may not always display great confidence in their body image, but they understand that they too are deserving of love and respect especially from themselves.
There is no other person in the world like YOU; therefore, embrace every part of being. How we think of ourselves is how we see ourselves. How we see ourselves impacts how we feel about ourselves and ultimately results in how we carry ourselves. Honest positive body language is the act of one’s self-perception. A person with healthy body goals makes room for improvement, not perfection. When we truly love our bodies, we can live our lives unashamed and free.
Below are tips to improve and maintain positive self- images:
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