The Christmas season is coming and many abandon their diets and start thinking, why else will I gain weight with so much inn and food? Well, Sam Smith has published in his social networks a photo of him without a shirt inviting people to stop the body shaming (the one that maybe your aunt will apply to you at dinner “oh mijit @ you are already more repuestit @).
This singer since its inception has been battling him “to fit into the canons of beauty imposed on society,” however, for some time now he has become a champion of the fight against feeling guilty for taking a few extra pounds or having that Insecurity with your body.
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Christmas time is upon us. This time of the year always triggers tricky body issues with me. I love me some mince pies and all the trimmings, and I always find I gain a bit of weight during this time. I’m writing this out to you all, but also writing this for myself. Let’s make sure we remind our bodies during this time that no matter what weight we are, we are deserving of love and acceptance. Let’s love our fluctuating bodies. Look in that mirror and shower that reflection with Christmas kindness. Be super soft. It’s an everyday struggle for me. You aren’t alone xx
“We already have Christmas. This time of year always causes me problems to accept my body. I love meat pies, also Christmas decoration, but in the end I always worry about discovering that I have gained a little weight ”
“I write this for everyone, but also for me. Let’s make sure to remind our bodies during these holidays that, despite what we weigh, we deserve to be loved and accepted. ”
“Let us love our fluctuating bodies. Look in that mirror and judge that reflection with Christmas kindness. Be gentle with you. This is a daily struggle for me and you are not alone. ”