Body positivity is not about keeping “on the track to positivity.” Nor is it about self-care and it is especially not about diet recipes.
Being body positive is not just about your weight. It’s about accepting all aspects of your body (your body hair, your acne, your cellulite, your freckles) no matter what society deems as acceptable and/or beautiful.
Bringing good thoughts into our minds in the presence of negative people or situations is challenging but it is possible.
But eventually, the clouds will clear. Eventually, the sun you thought was permanently lost will shine again.
I love myself, but some days it is more of a negotiating process.
Living the moment. You become more eager to enjoy life and the company of everyone around you. And so you begin to make the best out of what you have.
Positive or not, the “body positive” movement still focuses on our bodies. Our looks. Our exterior.
I will not feel bad, over and over again over pointless bullshit.
This year, don’t be afraid to cut social media (or real life) ties.
When you surround yourself with endless optimism, you become more positive yourself.