I genetically hold my weight in my legs/thighs/lower stomach. I’ve always hated having “thick thighs,” and I know I’m not alone in feeling this way. But over time, I’ve grown to accept and love my curves. I’ve learned that I can work with what I’ve got, and with time, I can strive for progress. I once had a thigh gap… but I was 100lbs. I remember wanting my butt and legs back, I remember hating sitting on chairs and bumping into counters with my hip bones… once I got it all back? I still hated myself. Only through practicing SELF LOVE have I made the mental AND physical changes you can see here. It takes TIME. But you cannot rip yourself apart…. why? Because you should be proud of the stems that give you strength and allow you to MOVE and LIVE. I’m proud of my progress, but I’m more fulfilled with the fact that I don’t strive to have “thin” sticks for legs… I wanna keep my trunks. #transformationtuesday
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