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A lesson from the confidence of a girl who has learned to love her “disadvantages”

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If you snap your muscles, you look awkward. But just as you look and feel if your muscles relax. It is a lesson learned by an influencer and revealed how it influenced her life.

“From the second year on, my self-esteem influenced my flat belly. I would walk around pointing my muscles, revealing photos where my stomach looks crammed and killing my diets and exercising to fit my body, “wrote Russian Mary Jelkovsky with a photo that compared her appearance two years ago today.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnBxMD4nTHZ/

In the first photo she took her stomach, and in the second pose completely relaxed. He says he learned how to look at the abdomen does not affect her self-confidence.

As she grew up, her grandmother was telling her to pull the belly so she would look slimmer. It would be as quick as her belly seemed to ruin her all day. It was her age to reach a point where her physical appearance did not dictate her life.

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They see me rollin’, they hatin’ 🤣 Hehe just interrupting the Insta highlight reel to remind you that most pictures you see on social media are staged, posed and/or edited…even this photo has a filter on it and there are 30+ others from this set that didn’t make it #keepinitreal 🤷‍♀️ I went to San Diego with my girlfriends this weekend and guess who made memories without a flat tummy? Me! 🙋‍♀️ I used to miss out on so many family parties, brunch dates and even dates because my life revolved around food and the gym and if I wasn’t eating or exercising, my thoughts were consumed by what I looked like. 😬 When I finally decided to quit my self-destructive lifestyle, I made myself focus on my body EXPERIENCE rather than my body IMAGE. I’d ask myself questions like… “Would I hate my body if I was stuck on a desert island with no one to compare myself to?” “Do I really ‘feel gross’ after eating or am I feeling nourishment, fullness or maybe physical discomfort that needs to be addressed with compassion?” “What does my body allow me to do, feel and experience in life?” The term “body-image” is a paradox because our bodies are much more than their image… they’re a beautiful, unique experience. 💕 Even now if I’m feeling insecure about my body, I remind myself to not allow my body IMAGE to get in the way of my life EXPERIENCE. ♥️ #MoreThanABody . . I’d love to know, does this resonate with you? Because thinking this way was a game-changer for me! 🙌 . . . . #selflove #selfloveisthebestlove #sandiego #everybodyisabikinibody #nowrongway #honoryourcurves #embraceyourcurves #allbodiesaregoodbodies #selfcaresunday #loveyourself

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Still, he is still not completely immune to negative thoughts.

“Yes, there are times when I do not think about how I look but do not let it affect my values. The sky has not collapsed, my friends and family, including my grandmother, still love me, and I can do incredible things without perfect abdominal muscles, “added the young Russians.

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