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5 Ways to Love Your Body

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    Wish more people would understand the "get real" stuff, it's been going on for a long time, yet average people struggle and suffer on and on....disliking and blaming themselves.
  • Love the Get Real section!
  • We are worth the time , effort and wisdom needed to live a healthy life!
  • These are really good tips. Sometimes I do get down on myself. Like, i'm short, I'm going gray, etc...Oftentimes I remind myself that God tells us that we are fearfully and wonderfully made!
  • Just a thought, but if we loved our bodies we wouldn't feel the need to change them.We don't like the color of our hair so we die it, we don't like hair legs so we shave it off. There does need to come a time where you're happy with yourself. This article helps gets us to that point.
  • I love my body and all the imperfections. That singles me out of the cookie cutter group. There is not another person like me in the world. I look at the differences in God's people and say to myself "i have never seen anyone like her/him." They are why there are interesting people in the world. If you want to be like someone else, you are no longer who God made you. Sure, lots of people try to make me into what they want me to be but they are not my CREATOR. I am MARVELOUSLY and WONDERFULLY made. No one can take that away from me. Be Beautiful People in your individuality!!
  • ONLYME33
    First off we are not failures-My heavenly Father doesn't create such a thing-he creates all beautiful and wonderful. That is what we all are. Secondly, We are also imperfect human beings that will make mistakes. if we have a candy or treat doesn't mean we are failures or failed at anything-The sun will continue to shine the rain will fall and we just get back on our horse and ride again. We are wonderful versatile infallible people. So ride on everyone. Have a Great Spark day-And Love yourselves.
    It is so easy to get down on ourselves, but the reminder to speak love into our own lives just as we would speak into others is important to remember every day.
  • Well getting started again .Hoping not to fail or when I do to seek help.
  • We are :fearfully and wonderfully made". Recently, I broke my thumb. Now who admires your thumb? But that rascal does a lot more than you would think. Just bind it for a couple days and you will see what I mean!
    I enjoyed the reminder to treat our self as we would others
  • ^^^^^what cramparella said.
  • This article is a good reminder that there is more to us than our body shapes. Isn't what we accomplish more important than how we look?
    When I am exercising I feel better. Then, I can have the energy and strength to do the things I want to do in my daily life, including fun things.
    It is always good to take good care of our bodies and keep in mind the "big" picture of why we are doing that.
  • Interesting but certainly not new information, and over half the models on Spark People have clearly been Photoshopped as well. Somewhat hypocritical, isn't it?
    And I'm sorry but "disrespect" is a noun, not a verb although the vernacular is changing to accept it. An author loses credibility in my eyes when he or she uses slang in a professional article.
  • Some people just don't know how to like/love themselves, after all, we're told it's selfish to put our own selves/wants/needs first. Then we're told we're too fat or too thin by those same people we put first, so we believe them. We are a mess. Change is a very slow process; this article is a great reminder that we are worth liking/loving, and we need to reconcile the need/desire to lose weight with loving ourselves the way we are. Not easy.

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