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Tag 4 people in the comments below that need this reminder and spread the love! "Self love is putting yourself first, allowing yourself to make mistakes and being that kind voice that picks you back up when you fall to help you grow. Self love can start at any point in your life, at any age, any situation or circumstance. It is a journey that is continuous and forever evolving. I hope that through my own journey of self love, you can love yourself in a way that best suits you and results in you being everything you ever need.
I would love to hear the lessons you have learnt from your own journey of self love or what you hope to discover!
“Someone else’s opinion of you is none of your business.” - Rachel Hollis⠀
I’m a chronic over thinker..in all areas of life. After almost every conversation I have with a friend, coworker, boss, etc. I’m left analyzing what I said and second guessing myself.⠀
It’s taken me the later part of a year to be at peace with the fact that nothing I do can change the way someone thinks of me⠀
I shouldn’t let their opinions hinder my happiness in my daily life! ⠀
I’m who I am whether or not people like it. Some of you may be like “well duh” but for me it’s taken quite awhile to get to this point.⠀
Some days are better than others, but at the end of the day I’m learning to love who I’m becoming 💗
Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses. Anyone, no matter what their age, gender, race or background, can develop one.
The media and those around us can contribute to how we view and treat ourselves - we learn to hate our bodies but it’s vital for us to get to the underlying causes behind our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Only then can you begin to heal.
Realising that you or someone you know might have an eating disorder can be very frightening, but remember that full recovery is absolutely possible.