Stop Hating on Your Body!

What does the perfect body look like?

If you follow the media, you will probably observe preferences for a particular body type and specific physical attributes within different industries like the entertainment, fashion, and beauty industries.

For instance, within the world of hip hop, thick women with hour-glass figures and plump, round bottoms are highly coveted. Many women, including celebrities, have spent fortunes reconstructing their bodies to match these particular physical beauty standards.

Does this particular preference mean that all women should look like they belong on the set of a hip hop music video? Absolutely not!

We were born with different body shapes for a reason, and each body shape is beautiful. Just because certain forms of the media favour certain body types over others, does not mean the other body types are not beautiful, sexy, and attractive too.

Stop hating on your body and learn to love yourself and your body. Practice self love.

If you are the type of woman who hates her body or who hates certain parts of her body because it does not match what is shown on magazine covers, fashion catwalks, or brand name advertisements this message is especially for you.


You do not have to wait for the media to catch up or keep pace with the social movement of loving and appreciating all the beauty that is part of each woman individually.

It is okay to love your body as it is right now, even if it does not match what is featured within mainstream media.

Think about how wonderful it is to be human and to have the body of a woman…

Think about all the pleasures that you have because you have the body of a woman. You are here in this world now and you entered into this world through the body of a woman…

Take the time to think about what you love about your body instead of hating the parts that do not match the standards of external sources like the media. Their idea of the perfect body is not the be-all-and-end-all.


It is time for you to love YOU.



Do you sometimes feel bad about the way you look?

You look in the mirror, and what you see upsets you. You’re thinking that you wished that a certain part of your body looked different. You wished that you looked more like the women who are commonly featured on the cover of fashion and beauty magazines.

You have tried many diets, but they don’t work for you, or you’re unable to stick to them for very long. Your lack of progress is depressing and disappointing. You feel unattractive. You wish you were sexier. The type of woman that every man pursues. You feel frustrated. You feel ugly. You feel unattractive.

You’re not alone. Many women struggle with insecurities about the way they look. According to a report by Grand View Research, the Cosmetic Surgery and Procedure Market is expected to reach $43.9 billion dollars by 2025. Some women are more open about their struggles than others. Even with the improvements in society regarding body image and physical appearance, many women still struggle with insecurities about the way they look.

You can release the insecurities you have about your physical appearance. You don’t have to continue to feel bad about your looks. You can look in the mirror, and feel good about your reflection. You can learn to love yourself. You can stop comparing yourself to other women. You can stop hating on yourself because you don’t look like them. You can feel good about your appearance. You can have more confidence. You can love yourself unconditionally.

What has helped me and other women I have worked with to feel better about ourselves and our physical appearances was understanding why we were being so hard on ourselves to begin with. We are our own worst critics for a reason.

Let’s connect and have a heart-to-heart chat to discover the reasons why you’re so hard on yourself. This is a complimentary call, and it is confidential. I can learn more about you and what is going on in your world to offer you the support that you really need. Click here to schedule your free heart-to-heart chat today.

**I respect your privacy. All heart-to-heart chats are confidential.**

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