How to Overcome Body Insecurities & and face the world with confidence.

Are you feeling insecure about your body and worried about how others view you.

If yes, then don't worry because you are not alone my friend. 60 out of 100 people feel insecure about their bodies. In a society that profits from your Self Doubt, liking yourself is a rebellious Act.

But not anymore, Because its time yo tell the world and yourself to accept that you are beautiful and Every BODY is Beautiful.

Body positivity refers to the assertion that all people deserve to have a positive body image, regardless of how society and popular culture view ideal shape, size, and appearance.

Here are some tips to overcome the BODY Insecurities

  • Stop pulling yourself down & Embrace for the person you are

  • Stay away from people who make you feel uncomfortable

  • Stop Weighing Yourself & StopLooking in front of the mirror all the time

  • Understand That No One Is Perfect

  • Give more importance to your Internal beauty

  • practice being comfortable in uncomfortable scenarios

  • Know that Your Body Size doesn't define your character

  • Start appreciating your BODY

Some of the goals of the body positivity movement include:

  • Challenging how society views the body

  • Promoting the acceptance of all bodies

  • Helping people build confidence and acceptance of their own bodies

  • Addressing unrealistic body standards

A Personal Story!

“I was only 10 then when I experienced my first shaming.

When a boy, younger than me got into an argument with me, he told me something that stayed with me for years after that. He said, “Girls are supposed to be fair, & beautiful, look at you.” The little girl in me broke down into pieces because she did not know how to respond when he pulled off the final trigger of my weakest insecurity.

I remember how unworthy I felt of myself; it only grew to become worse.

I pasted everything that was in my kitchen on my face to become “fair” – from lemons to haldi to honey- just about everything that people said would make me fair.

By 12, my search history was flooded with, “How to be fair” videos because by that time I genuinely believed I was not worth anything.

By 14, I was told by my own family members that I am excessively thin for my age and that I am not meeting the societal standards that are placed on the girls my age.

Everyone who is putting on a happy face is secretly dealing with his or her own insecurities because “Too fat, too thin, too Dark, IT JUST WON’T STOP”

Then something changed inside me and when things change inside you, everything changes around you. It did not happen overnight. It took me time to decide for myself that I loved the way I look regardless of what anyone thought or said to me.

I learned over time that



“Don’t let your mind bully your body”

We’re all more than our coloration and body types,

Cause you and I, we’re all alike,

People aren’t made to fit or custom made,

It’s time we realize love comes in all shapes and shades.

It’s time we love all shapes and shades.”

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