When thinking about your body, tell yourself that there are no flaws, only differences. Stop trying to achieve the unachievableâ€”the â€śperfectâ€ť bodyâ€”and start taking steps to embrace what youâ€™ve got. Here are some real ways to be healthy and help you accept, understand, and enjoy your body so youâ€™ll feel great both inside and out.
Look at Yourself in the Mirror and Love What You See
One of the best ways to be body-positive is to surround yourself with images of a diversity of bodies. If you feel like your curves are bringing you down, check out the blog Curve Appeal. If youâ€™re starting to get negative about your looks in general and need a reminder that you are in fact uncommonly beautiful, start reading Chookooloonks today! Fashion and beauty magazines are fun, but donâ€™t let them be your standard of beauty and health. Reading body-positive blogs can have a real impact on how you view yourself.
Understand How Your Body Works
Fact: Your body is amazing! If biology 101 was not your favorite class, donâ€™t give up on learning about your body just yet. Sites like U by KotexÂ® will help you understand your body with real facts, especially about parts you may have a hard time talking about. Vagina. There, I said it. The more you know about your vagina and vaginal health, the more you can help break the silence too.
Enjoy Your Body
Find a physical activity you like. You donâ€™t have to be a professional athlete to enjoy doing sports. You donâ€™t even have to be coordinated to enjoy dancing. However, moving your body releases endorphins, which gives you that great sense of well-being. And when youâ€™re feeling good, chances are youâ€™ll have greater self-esteem and a greater appreciation of your body. Having your period can seem like a real drag, but itâ€™s just another natural part of being a women, and unlike Roman women, who used wooden sticks wrapped in lint as menstrual pads, today with panty liners, ultra-thin pads, maxi pads, and tampons, itâ€™s easy to carry on with your favorite activities no matter what time of the month it is.
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