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I often get questions on the spectrum of:
"How do I love my body when I am gaining so much weight?"
"How do I accept myself when I am so thin and look so sickly?"
"I've gained so much weight after my 2nd baby and I don't feel good in my clothes, how could I love being so big when I used to be so small and fit"
Or thoughts like:
"My body is useless. I look so sick, tired, and bloated no matter what I do."
"I feel hopeless. I can't digest anything and I constantly feel depressed thinking I'll be sick forever."
"I hate looking down at my body and seeing my cellulite and my flabby tummy. I wonder if I need to cut something out"
"I feel so ugly with all of my acne, stretch marks, scars, and flabby belly."
How do we shift and genuinely LOVE our bodies when stories of unworthiness run the show?
Here's how! (Or at least one approach that I hope might help😎)
After tapping along, do you notice any changes in perspective regarding your body and what it does for you?
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