8 Body Image Quotes And Sayings That Will Help You Fall In Love With Your Body Again
Body image is complicated. Rarely is there anyone over age 4 or so who loves her body. That is so sad; none of us is born hating our body. And even through early stages of life, we revel in our fingers and toes. And in our body as a whole. Chubby babies are considered “so adorable”. But all this changes around pre-adolescence and certainly adolescence.
So, how realistic is it to think body image quotes and sayings could help you fall in love — or at least like — with your body?
You tell me. Check in with yourself and let a couple of words come to the surface that describe RIGHT NOW how you feel in your body. No judgment, like good or bad.
Read through the quotes.
Reflect on which words come to mind now to describe how you feel a about your body.
Body image quotes and sayings that speak to you can be just what you need to hear, when you need to hear it.
Here are more body image quotes and sayings:
“it was when I stopped searching for home within others and lifted the foundations of home within myself I found there were no roots more intimate than those between a mind and body that have decided to be whole.”
― Rupi Kaur
I am so much more than my appearance.
My body is perfectly imperfect.
I am unique, the only one on earth with this soul or body.
My body carries me.
I am tired of hating my body and myself.
My body is something to honor, to care for, and not take for granted.
i like the way the stretch marks
on our thighs look human
and that we’re so soft yet
rough and jungle wild
when we need to be
i love that about us
how capable we are of feeling
how unafraid we are of breaking
and tend to our wounds with grace
It is easy to love the nice things about ourselves. But true self love is embracing the difficult parts that live in all of us.
When you find body image quotes or sayings that speak to you, post them on your bedroom mirror. Use them as your screen saver. Repeat throughout the day.
Your body hears everything you think.
I am Dr Elayne Daniels, a Boston based psychologist with a passion for helping people find freedom and ease in their body. You can contact me here.
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