In this week’s episode of my show on Dal TV I share a few of my tips on how you can boost your body confidence and body image.
In my 20 year career, as a women’s health and well-being coach I have come across many women who are unhappy with themselves and their body image. I know this is also becoming increasingly common for men too. In my video I share a few of my tips that will help you boost your body confidence and body image – and how you can feel good about yourself.
Here are my 4 Tips on how you can boost your body confidence and image:
(1) Become More Self- Aware:
Become more aware of your feelings and how you feel about yourself. Recognize negative self-talk and be more connected with your inner self rather than focusing on your outer self.
(2) Recognize The Deeper Story:
Get to the root cause of why you are unhappy with the way you look. Is it something that happened in your past that has lead to you feeling in such a way? Dig deep inside and understand where it all started.
(3) Change The Conversations You Have With Yourself:
The way you look and your body does not define your value. What you are saying to yourself is going to affect you. Everyone has negative thoughts but recognize what you think about yourself is hurtful and not the truth. Switch your thoughts and adopt a new positive thought pattern. Do this often and it will become a habit.
(4) Focus On Your Greatness!
When looking in the mirror do not zone into what you believe to be your flaws and imperfections. Look at all your great points. You have plenty. Remember – your value is not determined by your body fat or the number on the scale. Your value is what is inside you, your personality, your character, how you treat people and so much more.
BONUS TIP: Do Not Focus On The Images On Social Media:
Do the images on social media make you feel like a failure or question the way you look? i.e images on Instagram? If yes, then do not follow these accounts that make you question your self-worth. Most of these beautiful bodies on Instagram are not what they seem and often these are Photoshopped or enhanced. What you see on social media is not always the truth or the full story.
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