I created this video to continue to address the topic of body image. I know that we all struggle with body image issues and constantly put ourselves down. Our EDs yell negative stuff at us all day and anytime someone says something nice, it automatically negates it by telling you why it is a lie. So how do we get it to shut up?!?!?! Well, I will give you two tips to start working on in order to begin building back a more positive body image. The first tip is something that I have already told many of you to do. That is the post it note tip. The reason that I am in love with post it notes is because they can be stuck anywhere and leave no sticky residue behind. So go get some and lets get started! Start by writing down 5-10 things that you like about yourself. Now I know you cannot think of any right now, but try to think of things that are not body related. We focus enough on our body, lets focus on who we really are inside. Maybe you are great at drawing, maybe you play guitar, maybe you are always on time to appointments and get togethers. Maybe you are really good at painting nails (if this is true I will meet you somewhere so you can show me how, because I am terrible;) ) Whatever it is, write it down. No judgements over this. We are just trying to change the way our mind thinks about us. It wont happen over night, but we do have to start little by little. Many research studies say that in order to have a happy relationship with someone the ratio of good to bad <b>…<b>
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Talking about my experiences with body image, & negative comments that Ive recieved. Im sure many girs have had experiences like mine, share with me.
Slideshow of facts about poor body image and the negative influence that media gives us. Dont fall in the trap, be happy because you are beautiful, just the way you are! Check out www.youre-beautiful.weebly.com for more, including my blog which includes more topics than just body image. Feel free to ratecommentsubscribe. Hope you have a great day!
Positive messages and affirmations to help you to have a positive image of your body
Australian Paralympian Jessica Smith talks about Body Image, the seriousness of eating disorders and the importance of loving your body. Jessica suffered from depression and bulimia for more than a decade. Her health deteriorated as did her relationships and her self esteem. Jessica is now an advocate for healthy body image, and she shares her journey and experiences with the hope of helping others, and encouraging us all to start a revolution and to stop hating our bodies.