The Perfect Body. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing the perfect body. In today’s society, men and women, even children, are pressured to get ‘The perfect body. This has been going on for a long time and happens every day. It has also caused mental illness and suicide. Whether you are a multi-millionaire or a cleaner. The sad part about body shaming is that people who body shame other people are the ones who are not happy in their skin. What’s worst – the victims believe them.
The Perfect Body
Body shaming falls under the term ‘Abuse’. Yes, that’s right- ABUSE! Calling someone ‘fat’, ‘skinny’, ‘disgusting’ etc., is an act of Abuse. We are all humans; we all have insecurities. So why should we body shame each other? Mothers with baby weight are being forced to hit the gym immediately after giving birth, and men compete for the title of ‘Most Handsome Man of the year’ and kids? Kids are just living life by what they see from adults on Social Media.
There’s A Difference Between Giving Advice and Body Shaming
It’s one to advise someone to lose weight due to health issues or give friendly advice when it’s genuine. When someone is super proud of their body or has built up a sign of courage to show off their curve, stretch marks, etc. and then constantly being told to take the picture down due to negative comments regarding how they look, that’s when the body-shaming occurs.
Stop Body Shaming
The only way to stop body shaming is to be proud of your body. Haters will stop hating when they realise they can not victimise you. I am proud of my body, my stretch marks, my c-section leftovers, my disability, my curve, and most especially, smile. I aI am proud of all the scars printed on my body. It shows where I have been, how far I have come and where I am going. I have the perfect body that anyone can ever have. Nothing is missing in my body, and there’s nothing to change.
Mirror Mirror On The Wall
Think about it. Nobody wakes up in the morning and looks in the mirror and says to themselves, ‘Oh My God, I’m fat.’ You wouldn’t think you are fat unless told, and you wouldn’t consider your stretch marks to make you look weird unless you are notified. You certainly would not believe you are ugly unless you are told you are ugly. That is what body shaming does to mental health.
Only I Decide
Keep your opinion to yourself unless you are the all-mighty creator (God). It’s my body. You have nothing on me. I am uniquely designed. Only I decide if changes need to be made, I decide if I’m fat or skinny, I choose to eat and don’t eat, and I only decide what I want to do with my body. It’s my choice. My happiness starts with me and no one else. I have the perfect body as long as I am healthy and happy.
I hope you enjoyed that.