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No need to be thin to be happy

No need to be thin to be happy

How many times do we get caught up in certain beliefs in our lives? We believe that washing the hair after giving birth hurts the woman, spending the new year in white gives luck, or even going under the stairs can be unlucky.

When we think of beauty we also develop certain beliefs and one of them is to believe that only being thin will make you beautiful and attractive. You fool who believes this! Many men prefer the nicer ones, even because they find more attractive the courses, than the very thin woman. But what makes people believe that losing weight will be really happy?

Beauty is an internal process, of acceptance, of self-esteem, of how one sees the world, how to see oneself around.

We have a very strong media behind this fact, where the thin body is preached as being beautiful, and bringing happiness. We see thin models on catwalks and magazines, but we do not know the sacrifice they undergo to keep themselves underweight.

Behind the scenes we know that they eat little, starve, vomit, everything is worth to achieve celebrity moments. Eating disorders set in, leaving women with dry skin, hair falling, face pale. Is it beauty?

Beauty is a cognitive or mental process and yet, spiritual related to the perception of elements that singularly please the one who experiences it. Its forms are numerous, and science still tries to give an explanation to the process.

Beauty is an internal process, of acceptance, of self-esteem, of how the world is viewed, how to see around it. We see the beautiful in small details, from a beautiful hand, nails well made, like charm that a person exudes. Sympathy, the way you shake your hair, the way you express yourself, can be loaded with beauty. We do not always value these details, and we are swallowing a culture in relation to the well-distorted body.

We see increased depression statistics as well as eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and compulsion. What is so beautiful about these pathologies, on this eternal dissatisfaction with the body, which is the most precious possession?

It is important to reflect on these aspects and look for ways to feel good about what you are in reality. Of course we all have some things in ourselves that we would like to be different, bigger and smaller, but each one in its particularity has its own beauty.

We can take care of the body, feeding us with quality, practicing physical activity, or even taking care of the way we dress, that makes us stand out what we have of beautiful.

It is worth stopping and looking more tenderly at yourself, and if you need to lose weight do it with caution, within a possible reality, compatible with your physical structure, preserving your mental and physical health.

Being beautiful and lean may be ideal for some people, but it is not a real pattern, requiring a repositioning of fashion companies, clothing cuts and even of your relationship with yourself.


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