Monday, 10 September 2012

We are Curvy and Bootilicious, so what's wrong with that???? Where is your Self Esteem??

I’ve been thinking about self-esteem and confidence lately. 

Yes so you think she is Big?? what has that got to do with whom she is on the inside? So you are Big, what has that got to do with what people say about you?

You are an individual with your own special traits, You are of a special kind.
Do not let your weight get in between your daily life affairs. Continue boosting your self esteem.
Plus size Models for Actress Adaora Ukoh"s Fashion Line

You’re okay just as you are. You are a unique person, capable and loveable, with special talents and strengths, with inner wisdom and creativity – a human being of value. So accept and respect yourself now.Get comfortable with the real you, inside and out.Accept your size and shape, your feelings, yourself, unconditionally. Honor your character, talents and achievements.

If you suffer from low self esteem (or have been told you do), or treat people with low self esteem (or think you do)
Low self esteem has been scientifically studied and the findings of this research helped inform some facts.
Research has found that people with genuine low self esteem tend to treat themselves badly not other people. so you see???? you actually do this to your self..................

Instead of trying to meet society’s impossible standards of female beauty, give yourself affirmations on how special you really are. Find the peace and serenity of your life, buried though it may be under many layers. Accept this place where you are on your life’s journey and live with joy and relish.

Real beauty encompasses what’s inside, your zest for life, your fun-loving spirit, a smile that lights up your face, your compassion for others.

Dress in ways that make you feel good, that make your own statement and, most of all, that fit now. Clean out your closet of clothes that don’t fit, you really don't need them.

Lets set an example of respect for size diversity. People naturally come in different sizes and builds, and that’s okay. If you are a large woman it’s especially important in our size-focused society to be a role model who radiates confidence, self-respect and friendliness for other adults and children who, sadly, may fear going out in public. 
Actress Eniola Badmus
You’ll feel better and have more energy when you develop healthy living habits that come so naturally and feel so normal you hardly think about them. Normalize your life by being regularly active and keeping yourself well nourished without dieting. Take care of your health, but don’t obsess over it or struggle for perfection. Find a satisfying balance of wellness and wholeness that works for you at this time in your life and helps you live the way you want.

Our society is currently obsessed with thinness, which hurts us all. When will this nation come to its senses, reject size prejudice, accept a wider range of shapes and sizes, and focus on health rather than weight? We each can do our part to bring about this healthful change. 
Its meeeee....................Stephanie Oduenyi...Take this warm feel of Kisses from my heart....

Your weight is not a measure of your self-worth. Accepting this can give you new freedom. 

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