One of the disadvantages of access to information of any kind and quality, including the ubiquity of social networks, is the imposition of stereotype and ideals. This particularly applies to the external characteristics - a slim, toned girl, who conforms to accepted canons, is considered beautiful. But what about those who do not fit the ideal? Is it necessary to strive for it?
Too obsessive desire to become beautiful at all costs can lead to unpleasant consequences, including the most depressing. And this is not to mention the fact that you lose your own individuality. How to learn to love your body, and care for yourself because of the love for it, and not because of hatred?
Make yourself compliments and accept them.
Remind yourself often that you are beautiful, celebrate your strengths and advantages. Every woman can find something for which to praise her. Write them in a notebook and repeat this simple exercise daily - very soon your self-esteem will increase significantly.
Walk around the house without clothes
This tricky trick works like this - if you constantly see yourself in mirrors without clothes or in a half-naked look, you just get used to it, and your nude look doesn't concern you anymore.
Attend a massage
Touching a stranger will help you get used to it, and, in the future, to avoid constraining your body during intimacy with your beloved man.
Compare old and new photos
Mark all the changes that have occurred to you. How beautiful have you become, how has your body changed? Now you look much better, and it is definitely worth appreciating.
Think of yourself in a positive way.
Many of your problems came precisely from the fact that you yourself invent your own shortcomings. Do not do this - love yourself the way you are, enjoy your body, and do not invent anything extra. Remember that every feature of your body is your personality.
Do not think about the opinions of others
Even if your figure is far from ideal, and it seems to you that everyone notices this, do not bother yourself. Most people don't care, and they notice something completely different. How you behave, how you serve, how confident you are in yourself.
Watch your posture
Beautiful posture will make you feel much better. Straighten your back, straighten your shoulders, and do daily posture exercises - stand against the wall for 15 minutes, trying to keep your back straight, and walk with the book on your head.
Do not compare yourself with anyone
Appreciate your individuality - to be special is much more important than to comply with accepted ideals of beauty.