Loving The Body You're In And Changing It When You Don't
Thursday, October 06, 2016 • 7 comments
Our body plays a big role in how we think about ourselves. They say confidence should come from within, but just about everyone knows the value of feeling comfortable in your own skin. For a lot of women, that feeling just isn’t there yet. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get it. Here, we’ll look at changes you can make and the knowledge that can help you be a lot more confident with the body you’re in.
Get past the fear of changes
If you really want to change, it’s going to take some work. That’s a prospect that a lot of people find scary. Either, they’re worried they’ll fail in making the changes they want for themselves or they’re worried things will go wrong. With beauty and health, it’s not a ‘fail or success’ state. It’s about the changes you make to your life and how they reflect on you. When it comes to big steps in altering yourself to feel more confident, it’s best to know exactly what you’re getting in for. With breast augmentation, for example, you need to make sure you’re seeing a real expert. Make sure any professional you see can you examples of their past work or even put you in touch with past clients. That will make those big steps seem much less intimidating.
Accept the body you’re in
You can make changes to your breasts, your belly, and your butt all you want. If they help you feel more confident, go for it. However, in making changes, it’s important to know about the body you’re in. In particular, to know how to be work with your body type. Depending on whether you’re an apple, a pear or any other fruit, different workouts are going to help you get the look you really want. Make sure you’re developing a workout plan that has a purpose, or else you might be disappointed when your look isn’t as enhanced as you would like.
Those niggling problems
Life doesn’t seem to take into account our need to feel confident in our bodies. It can throw all kinds of wear and tear at us that can do a good job of knocking our self-esteem. Some things, like scars and stretch marks, never truly disappear. They may fade with time, but it’s important to accept that they’re going to be a part of your life. If you want to conceal them or help them blend into your body, it’s all about making sure you get the right treatment. For facial acne scars, for example, you can use creams that reduce the pigmentation to get rid of those annoying dark marks.
It’s all about accepting the body you’re in, for a start. There are some things about yourself you can’t change. But there are other things that you can make a big difference to. Then there are the ways, not of changing yourself, but feeling more confident in yourself. We hope the points above help you do just that.
kendall jenner by miguel reveriego for vogue spain october 2016