This is a place for day-to-day inspiration and discussions around maintaining healthy lifestyles, which includes mental health and well-being, fitness and healthy eating, and even having a good laugh.
This is amazing. Simple, and amazing. Instead of talking about all of the things you hate about your body, think of the things your body has done for you, what your body has been through and survived; after all, where would you be without your body? ;)
In addition to thinking of the things your body has gone through, think of ways in which it can improve, or challenge yourself to repeat certain events (i.e. in the picture she has her legs labeled as “ran 12km,” why not see if you could do that again or go even further?) Try out the positive side of the spectrum. Sometimes it is near impossible to be positive, but try.
I always think this if I’m feeling down on my body! Like, sometimes I’ll think ‘my legs are so much bigger than hers’ or whatnot, and then think hey! These legs can cycle well over 100km and can kick down doors! That’s pretty cool.
Lots of people asking about my zumba videos, here is the second one I made.
They can be found on my page youtube.com/funeralformyfat
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THIS IS SO FUCKING IMPORTANT I WANT TO PUT IT ON A BILLBOARD
The FMRI of a person with an eating disorder compared to a non eating disordered person should be on here too. Mental illnesses are not “phases” one just “gets over” it’s a sickness that begins at the very core of your body and runs through every fiber of your brain.
As someone with Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD, I find this image stirring. Stigmatism of mental illness needs to be eliminated. I’m not fragile, and I’m not crazy.