These days it is all about the perfect body. But the thing is, not each and every one of us was born slim and beautiful or has enough of time and means to devote to exercising. Yet, if you are a little bit out of perfect shape – that does not make you ugly, of course, despite subjective opinion.
The thing is, with all this talk of the perfect body many people who are slightly overweight have to go through something called - body shaming. Even though many people consider it a way of entertainment, the people who are actually mocked because their weight do not feel that way. That is why we decided to devote our article to those of you who are not confident about your bodies and think that you cannot fit into modern society.
#1 You are not the one
The first thing you need to do is stop and think for a while – is everyone around you as perfect as they look on their social networks? Naw! So embrace the fact that you are not the only one and go on with your life!
#2 Shifting the focus
It is the wrong idea that it is all about your weight. Perfect from the outside does not mean the same about the inside. Keep that in mind!
That is the most important thing – you need to find balance in everything. Once you get there you, will realize how insignificant your worries about excess weight are!
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#4 Social networks
Since it is all about the social media these days, choose wisely when it comes to who you follow. There is a lot of junk out there – try to avoid anything that makes you feel bad about yourself.
#5 Challenge the society
It requires a lot of courage to challenge the society you live in. Yet, who are they to tell you how to live your life or how you should look. It is all in your hands, you just need to come to realize it!
The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!
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