How I Learned To Love My Body Without Falling For Media Hypes

https://www.eviemagazine.com/post/how-i-learned-to-love-my-body-without-falling-for-media-hypes

My husband says I suffer from “ugly ducking syndrome.” He says I’m gorgeous but also very down to earth because I wasn’t worshiped for being beautiful when I was younger. I’d like to believe that even if I hadn’t been a pudgy kid with a rocky childhood that I’d care about everyone as much as I do now, but all that really matters is what IS.

Balance is a main focus in my life. I was aiming to write a more informative article instead of something so personal, but it came out the way it did for a reason so I hope you read with care.

https://www.eviemagazine.com/post/how-i-learned-to-love-my-body-without-falling-for-media-hypes

3 thoughts on “How I Learned To Love My Body Without Falling For Media Hypes

  1. Content Catnip says:

    I loved this Jessica, I so agree it’s about finding your own ideal of fit and healthy rather than attempting to go from one extreme to the other. I can relate to this deeply thank you 😊

      1. Content Catnip says:

        Absolutely! It’s very healing for me to see that us women all essentially feel the same way about ourselves, there’s no coincidence with that, we are brought up and shown by culture the myriad ways to hate ourselves, you are courageous for showing your daughter how to be loving to herself. I wish my mum did that for me, now I try and do it for myself 💜🤗

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