The number on the scale doesn't have anything to do with how beautiful or valuable you are. You need to stop obsessing over how much you hate your body and start learning how to love it. It's the only body you'll ever have, after all, so you might as well appreciate all it does for you. No matter how thick or thin you are, here are a few inspiring quotes about loving your size:
Stop comparing yourself to the women around you. Even though Sophia Vergara is beautiful, it doesn't mean that you aren't, because you're not her spitting image. Beauty comes in all different shapes and sizes. There are millions of gorgeous people in the world, so don't assume that you're ugly just because you don't look like some of the women around you.
While it's healthy to exercise and eat vegetables, it's not healthy to have a negative self image. Even if you're working to change your body, you should still try to see it as a beautiful thing. Don't tear yourself down. Try to see yourself as the sexy woman you are.
You don't love your boyfriend less when he puts on a few pounds, do you? Then why would you love yourself less when the same thing happens? Your body belongs to you, so you should cherish it, not criticize it. Treat it like it's one of your children, who you need to love, no matter what.
If you want to lose or gain weight for yourself, that's fine. Just don't do it for anyone else. You're never going to be able to satisfy others, so don't even bother trying. Listen to Jennifer Aniston and just live your life without thinking too much about how you're viewed by the rest of the world. Their opinions don't matter, anyway.
Being plus sized doesn't make you any less of a person. You deserve to be happy and fall in love just like any other human being does. Your weight isn't stopping you from accomplishing anything. If you feel like you're being held back, it's due to your own self doubts. That's why you need to adopt a positive attitude.
Ignore the images of "perfect women" you see on magazine covers and movie posters. Even though society tells you that you should look like those skinny celebrities, you should know better. Real women aren't perfect, so don't push yourself to look like something that doesn't even exist.
Your weight isn't going to stay the same throughout your entire life, so don't freak out when you gain a few pounds. You shouldn't love yourself more when you're skinny than when you're heavy. You're supposed to love yourself, no matter what. No exceptions. So stop criticizing the image in the mirror and embrace it instead.
No matter how big or small you are, you're a beauty who deserves to be happy with herself. While you should be proud of yourself for every pound you shed, you should also be proud of yourself when your body isn't your idea of "perfect." Are you comfortable with your size, or is it something that you're self-conscious about?
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