Mermaid or whale? 🐳 I would say the latter 😅 But laugh in the sunlight until when you light up your dark side 💥 (need help to do it but let's try 👊🏻 #positivevibes )
We have that bad habit of finding defects which are not even there.
We define "ugly" everything which makes insicure. But what is ugly? Who defines it? - A bloated stomach, compared to the toned and fit abdominal of the models.
Ugly? Not, I had just eaten.
- A pale belly compared to rest of my skin, basically cause I haven't been to the seaside.
Ugly? Not, honest.
- The non existent gap between my thighs after gaining 20kg from my lowest.
Ugly? Maybe, but proudly.
And really: mermaids have no gap between their thighs, but nobody will ever consider them "ugly" 😉 #tb 🌊
Cellulite, flabby thighs, some kilos more. Everything our mind pegs as "less than perfect" becomes "ugly." We feel to hide and cover it, we feel ashamed, insicure.
FUC*. IT. OFF. ✋🏻 Do you know how I call everything that? REALITY.
I call it: the point where SELF-CONFIDENCE BEGINS. The point where we start feeling ENOUGH in our skin; maybe not perfect, but ok while looking at the mirror.
This is the point where you start being YOU, I start being me, we start being US. 👉🏻 I was at this point some days ago 🔙 and honestly don't know what changed 🤔 Maybe this is really the moment when (almost restored) I have to show all my strength TO STAY RESTORED. What would you say (?)
Any opinion is much appreciated.
I would have never come this far without your help 😢 and I'm SO THANKFUL to the ones who will support me in this process too.
I love you all ❤️