“Read these words: “You are a fat, worthless pig.” “You’re too thin. No man is ever going to want you.” “Ugly. Big. Gross.” Horrifying comments on some awful website? The rant of an abusive, controlling boyfriend? No; shockingly, these are the actual words young women are saying to themselves on any typical day. For some, such thoughts are fleeting, but for others, this dialogue plays on a constant, punishing loop, according to a new exclusive Glamour survey of more than 300 women of all sizes. Our research found that, on average, women have 13 negative body thoughts daily—nearly one for every waking hour. And a disturbing number of women confess to having 35, 50 or even 100 hateful thoughts about their own shapes each day.”
How many negative self body thoughts do you have each day? When you look into the mirror are you loving and accepting or disgusted or dissatisfied? Please read this article. How can we love others if we have so much hatred for ourselves? How can we appreciate others when we don’t even value our own image? We can’t give what we don’t have. Love yourself and perhaps loving others will come easier.