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- How to Love Your Body All Year Long
- The End of ‘Summer Body’ Pressure: Is This the Beginning of Real Body Positivity?
- Letting Go of Unrealistic Beauty Standards – What’s Next?
- Learn to Feel Good About Yourself: A Realistic Guide
- Reclaiming Body Confidence: Steps to a Healthier Outlook on Life
It’s something that has been ingrained in our culture for years: with each season comes a new ‘ideal body’. That’s why, as the temperatures rise and summer starts to draw near, people are once again faced with the dreaded notion of having to achieve their ‘summer body’. But now, with body positivity becoming more and more accepted, it’s time to say goodbye to the ‘summer body’ for good.
How to Love Your Body All Year Long
It’s no secret that far too often, people are told to hate their bodies and to strive for a certain look they may never truly achieve. This can lead to dangerous body image issues and a lack of self-love and self-acceptance. But this summer, it’s time to put an end to this idea and to start learning to love ourselves, no matter what the season. Instead of focusing on a ‘summer body’, it’s time to focus on enjoying our bodies, loving them, and taking care of them. It’s time to stop striving for an impossible ideal and start learning to love and embrace ourselves, as we are.
The End of ‘Summer Body’ Pressure: Is This the Beginning of Real Body Positivity?
With more body positive influencers emerging on social media, it’s no surprise that this message is slowly becoming more and more accepted. But even so, there is still a long way to go until real body positivity is achieved. This summer, instead of trying to reach an ideal that may never be achievable, it’s time to put an end to unhealthy body comparisons and start learning to love ourselves, as we are. The ‘summer body’ is an outdated concept and it’s time to embrace our bodies for what they are.
Letting Go of Unrealistic Beauty Standards – What’s Next?
Breaking the habit of striving for an impossible ideal can be a difficult one to break. But by taking small steps forward and learning to be kinder to ourselves, it’s possible to start changing our views on beauty. Instead of comparing ourselves to unrealistic standards, we can start to focus on learning to appreciate our bodies and all that they do for us. This can be a great first step towards learning to love ourselves and being kinder to ourselves.
Learn to Feel Good About Yourself: A Realistic Guide
Learning to love ourselves takes time and it is definitely a process. It’s important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all solution and that everybody’s journey is different. That’s why it’s important to take small steps forward, to acknowledge our progress, and to recognize our worth. Whether it’s through practicing self-care, nourishing our bodies with healthy foods, or engaging in physical activity, it’s important to remember that we all have the power to make ourselves feel good.
Reclaiming Body Confidence: Steps to a Healthier Outlook on Life
One of the most important steps in learning to love ourselves is reclaiming our body confidence. This can be done by actively engaging in activities that make us feel good, such as taking up a new hobby or spending time with people who support us and make us feel comfortable in our own skin. By doing this, we can start to shift our views on beauty and learn to accept ourselves for who we are.
It’s time to stop striving for an impossible ‘summer body’ ideal and start learning to love our bodies as they are. By taking small steps forward and focusing on things that make us feel good, we can start to reclaim our body confidence and ultimately learn to love ourselves. With a shift in attitudes towards body positivity, now is the time to take control and to start living a healthier and happier life.
- Kilbourne, Susan. Good Enough Is the New Perfect: Finding Happiness and Success in Modern Motherhood. Seal Press, 2016.
- Lambert, Emily. Love Your Body: How to Feel Good from the Inside Out. Greenleaf Book Group Press, 2015.
- Willis, Ashley. The Body Positive Movement: Breaking the Chains of Body Shame. Praeger, 2017.
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