5 ways to love your body
Without learning how to love & accept your body, you will start to hate everything about who you are.
When you are constantly chasing after an unrealistic version of yourself, you begin to lose sight of who you are right now.
Here are some of the tips to help you love your body more.
Don’t let your weight define you
Your weight and body doesn’t define who you are. There is more to who you are than your body.
Focus on the right things and you will surely enjoy your life. Your character is much more important than your looks.
Spend some alone time when naked
Sounds weird, I know. But, you have to work with what you’ve got. Embrace the fact that you have a body. This helps you feel comfortable in your own skin and learn amazing facts about your body.
Be grateful for your curves and all of the beautiful things about it that are only unique to you.
Stop comparing yourself to other people
The fact is that we are all different and we have been built differently. The only thing that you probably have in common is that you are friends and homies.
Truth be told, everyone have their own insecurities, they may have a flat tummy but they are insecure about their breast. Stick to your lane because the grass is never green on the other side.
Eat the right food for your body
Eat the right foods and portion of food for your body. However much you shouldn’t be comparing yourself to other people, you need a healthy and energized body.
Whatever you consume reflects on the outside. Don’t be a fun of foods that will land you in a hospital.
Not everything is perfect about our bodies. Some people don’t like their noses others legs and other parts of the body.
You cannot love yourself when you haven’t accepted who you are as an individual. Learning to accept yourself will put you on the right track to enjoy your life more without obsessing over all of these things you cannot control.
Charline Carren is a blogger and an editor at Tech for Development. A trained Public Relations and communication specialist.
My passion for writing stems from the need to always provide solutions to peoples problems and sharing my opinion with my readers. I’m a proud content creator, communication and media strategies developer and a great public speaker.