The pictures of perfect bodies you see on Instagram.
Nowadays, photos we tend to see on social media don’t very represent reality. Others create in ways in which might build them look higher, even making use of the technology to seem smart than they are. These were the matters completed by Rini Frey, a social media influencer, in her Instagram post. If all the “perfect” full-body selfies that get yourself in your social feed tend to form you’re feeling dangerous concerning your form, then this eye-opening story is for you.
Frey posted 2 photos of herself in Instagram showing how your body will look very differently looking on the angle you shoot a photo as well as however you project. both were taken on the same day while dressed in a similar outfit. One image shows(on the left) Frey flexing in her underwear marked “my body”. The second image(on the right) marked “also my body” shows frey sitting in the same outfit.
In an interview with Health Magazine, frey said she felt motivated to share this inspiring post after getting a huge outreach from her followers. “I get so many amount of such a large amount of such a lot of DMs from young ladies saying that they hate their bodies and i believe a big a part of it’s comparing themselves to ‘perfect bodies’ they see on Instagram,”
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The pictures of “perfect bodies” you see on Instagram… don’t let them get you down. Most of them don’t represent reality and if they do, it doesn’t mean that these bodies belong to a healthy and happy human. It’s just what we are made to believe, but it’s mostly not true. Our bodies are pretty incredible machines that never ever take a break. Day in day out, minute after minute, from birth to death, our bodies do the work without ever resting. Pumping blood through our veins, making our heart beat in our chest, allowing us to move, drive, walk, travel, see, smell, hear, taste and FEEL love, happiness and positive energy. So, why do we as a society put all our focus on how little fat needs to sit under our skin, how we can make our muscles pop, how we can shape our body in a way that isn’t natural or how we can hold back from feeding our body for as long as possible? 🤔 As I’m posting this, I am placing a hand on my heart and thanking my body for sticking with me through years of self-punishment, self-loathing, starvation, stuffing it with food, purging food, beating it down and destroying it with way too much exercise. Thank you, body, for never letting me down, even though I always used to think you did. I was wrong and I’m sorry. I don’t care what you look like as long as you are healthy and happy. . . . What are you thanking your body for today? . . . _______________________________________ Undies: @dearkates #healthtips #selflove #bodyacceptance #edrecovery #recoveryisworthit #prorecovery #bodypositive #bodyposipanda #buzzfeed #selfmagazine #womenempowerment #embracethesquish #bodytransformation #yycfitness #bodyimageissues #loveyourskin