Ready to break up with bad body image and practice radical acceptance instead?

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You spend some much of your time and mental space worrying about how you look? Hating your body, wishing it was different. Trying to make it different to be more palatable to society. Or, worse, waiting until you’ve got the ‘perfect’ body before you actually start living life. 

You’ll end up waiting forever. The perfect body doesn’t exist. And the body you have now is absolute pure magic, and totally worthy. RIGHT NOW. 

You’re whole life transforms when you begin to come from a place of kindness and compassion. When you accept your body for what it is, and stop letting it hold you back from life. 

This is radical self acceptance. Radical body acceptance. 

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