Most people do not realize the impact of their body image on their mental health. You might be doing a lot of things to lose weight or even to gain weight but in the end, the way you feel about yourself is what matters the most. Do not lose or gain weight because of social stigma. Do not join a sport because people around you recommend it. Do not try a diet plan simply because it is a trend. Do something that you actually love doing and your perception of your body image changes. This helps build your confidence and make you feel good.
- Attain a healthy weight not because the society labels you fat or thin but because a healthy weight is good for your fitness and general health.
- Buy yourself clothes that fit. Do not pick a size more or a size less than your actual size hoping that you would fit in it. This brings down your self-esteem when you do not attain your goals.
- Wear designer labels. And choose clothes that suit your body shape. This would make you feel more confident about yourself. You can also accessorize your clothes with products from LUXTIME. And then layer your clothes or create an outfit that embraces your body shape.
- Do not get fooled by the processed images of the celebrities and models that the social media sites and magazines publish.
- Choose therapy either in the form of spiritual support or even as a support group if you are having a tough time coping with your emotions. Talk to your therapist about how you feel about your body, your weight.
- Get into clothes that keep you comfortable. This is possible if you start dressing based on your tastes and based on your convenience rather than blindly following the trends.
- Stay away from people who are constantly body shaming you or those around you.