Yet, it is one of the most important things to know how to do. It’s not easy, and little insecurities will always try to rise up daily and tell you that you aren’t good enough. But guess what? None of us have “perfect” bodies. And none of us are perfect. I have flaws. I have imperfections. I mess up, daily. And if you’re human, you probably do too. But what’s most important is that we accept the things we can’t change, we find the strength to love the aspects that make us unique, we find the courage to go against society’s focus on a “perfect body”, and we decide to GROW from our “mess ups”, instead of letting them define us. Let me tell you, social media can be VERY deceiving. Real people are NOT perfect, and perfect people are NOT real. Don’t fall into the comparison game with posts and photos in your feed. Most only share the highlights. Everyone uses filters. And even the models in magazines wish they looked like their photos in real life. Love yourself, love the parts that make you unique, and love the body you’ve been given
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