Love Your Body, It’ll Make You Feel Better!

The idea of loving your flaws may seem a million miles away from your mindset and it can overtake your mind if you let it. On one hand, it’s a win/win situation. It’s not like it’s always possible to cover over the things you don’t like about your physical appearance. Sometimes, you’re stuck with a problem that you dislike, and you can either embrace them or change them but sometimes changing them means money and effort and we all should accept the fact that we are the way we are for a reason. We are all beautiful but if it makes you happy to change things up, then you need to follow your heart. Beauty takes on many forms and shapes. 

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We should not be calling our imperfections ‘flaws’ because truthfully they are a part of all of us and that is what makes us human. If we are in a relationship with someone, part and parcel of exploring together is enjoying who you are, in every way, from the physical and mental aspects, to enjoying intimate times together. Using products are simple and safe and can allow you to enjoy those special moments together. The simple fact is that we come in all shapes, sizes, and differences, skin colour, skin conditions, blemishes, fatty deposits aka cellulite and yes perhaps some of us are blessed with long, thick hair while others are blessed with a beautiful nose or a really shapely figure; it’s bad to start comparing ourselves. That’s the benefit of being human; everyone is different and we can really get positive with our mindsets if we allow ourselves to do so. 

If you want to change… do it, be a better version of yourself but you don’t have to! 

If you want to do something about your perceived flaws, then you’re not doing anything wrong or failing to “fight the good fight” if you do so. If you have teeth problems and want dental veneers to improve your smile then go for it. Maybe you want to wear heels to boost your height then do it, everyone wants to be a little taller, then again there’s people who are tall that would love to be petite. There lies the problem. We all have what we don’t want.  The idea that you might want to conceal things about your body that cause insecurity isn’t wrong, and you should never feel guilty about that either. 

Accept your imperfections because it’s healthy and it will give you confidence just doing so!

So you have a little bit of extra fat or maybe you have brown eyes and you want green eyes, or your fingers are too boney or your hair is too thin. These are all valid issues but they are not problems and it’s good to start embracing them. And although you might never truly be comfortable with them, it’s important to accept them for what they are: a huge part of the puzzle that makes up who you are. This might take a bit of work to get to a point where you truly feel able to do this but you are able!

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