Mental Health Awareness Month Fay 22….💚


Positive body image is important to establish, especially early on in life, so the psychological stressors of negative body image cannot take their toll.

We either think we’re too fat, too skinny, or we’re just confused all together.

I myself have felt for a long time that I didn’t like my body only because I compared my body to women I saw on social media….yeah right crazy 😝

Here I was about 3 years ago so upset about my weight but wasn’t doing anything about it. Yes, you think only teenage girls fall victim to feeling this way, but in reality it’s just as common in older women as well.

Being negative about your body can cause you to have low esteem. We have to learn how to be positive about our bodies.

Being positive about the way you look is great, but just not enough; learning to be positive about your appearance, health and well-being is what should define body positivity.

Take care of your body from the inside then out, having a different body won’t change your mindset. Having a better body won’t change what’s aching in your heart.

So have you looked in the mirror lately?

What do you see? How do you feel about your body?

Don’t let your mental health fool you into thinking that you have to look like what society says you do.

Remember God created you the way you are, so take care of your body by watching what you put into it!

It is critical to love yourself at every stage in life and establish this before any type of transformation occurs.

“My body is perfect the way that it is and I honor it in this state.”

“I am comfortable in my own skin”

You are beautifully and wonderfully made my dear💋

𝓛𝓪𝓭𝔂 ‘𝓞’💚

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