Cultivating gratitude for yourself

Hey, Fashom peeps!

As we all are aware, we live in demanding a world that is always focusing on our weight, body shape, and the way we look every single day. At Fashom we try to abolish these traits and comments and want to solely focus on the inner and outer beauty that you portray with #NoFilter. An article written by Emily Fonnesbeck, explains how you can cultivate sole gratitude for your body.

Emily talks about what we all know, that it became really normal and socially acceptable to hate your body and bash it. That we would do anything in the world to make our body better, instead of loving it the way that it is. This trait is more common in women than in men, but men still fall under the same pressure to be perfect too.

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Even though it may not be easy to instantly love your body, you can start with practicing body respect and liking your general appearance.

A quote by Robert Holden summarizes why creating gratitude for your body is so important and effective ~”The real gift of gratitude is that the more grateful you are, the more present you become”

Cultivating gratitude for your body is all about embracing where you are right now with the process of your body. Letting you connect with what your body needs. This adds to overall health. Respecting and caring for your body is so important and if your body changes as a result, then it proves the point.

We want every single Fashom user to be so proud of your body. Whether you have made progress, had setbacks, are where you want to be, or just have a little bit longer to go. Believe in the process and respect your body at all times.

Source: KSL.com

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