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Lessons from a Recovering Doormat

When I interviewed a woman who had been a model she said that the worst feeling was being a model, thinking she had a good body and then having her photos airbrushed to make her look slimmer and more perfect. Yet so many of us compare ourselves to models and other images in the media. That’s so unfair to you!

How can you love yourself the way you are if you’re looking at unrealistic standards for what your body should look like. The statistics are shocking. Models average 23% lower weight than the average person. And men aren’t exempt from this. The video below is eye-opening. It has examples of the images we’re exposed to and how wrong it is. Share this with others. We need to focus more on being healthy and happy, not skinny or with over-ripped abs. Practice being your own role model!
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