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Trigger warning : EDNOS, BDD

Man, sometimes you’re at your house, loving life, dancing to music, singing in the Spring sunshine, and everything seems so perfect. And then you check your emails, see a sale on shorts at AE, and go to see if they have pairs you’ll like.

I like these because the length is long enough to cover the stretch marks and cellulite on the backs of my legs. But I’m just devastated that I’m not going to look “correct” in them, like the way this model does.

I hate that my brain continues to jump to the conclusion that I am not good enough at the weight that I am at. This model is a 00/0/2, and I am a 10/12. Why should that matter? Why can’t I just see an article of clothing I want to buy?

Some days are easier than others, and some hours are easier than others. But I’m going to continue to focus on healthy eating, hydration, consistent activity, and not on weight loss.

Hope this didn’t bum any of you out!

fitocracy:

Handy guide on how to avoid wrist pain in yoga.

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sierramckenzie:

body love
me by mark laubenheimer

She is beautiful. We look similar in our shape, so if she’s beautiful, then so am I. :)

It isn’t healthy to compare your body to others’, and it’s a hard habit for me to break, but seeing such a beautiful girl on my dash makes me feel beautiful, too.

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fulfilledd:

PSA: “Healthier” does not mean low calorie, low fat, low sugar, low carb. Healthier does not mean less.  Healthy is relative to each person’s needs.

Also, guilt-free is not a description for food.  Guilt is not an ingredient; it is a feeling.  No matter how many ingredients or calories you remove from that food, the guilt is in your mind, not the food.

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