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Sube una curiosa foto de un "antes y después", de pronto todos ven que se trata de un gran ENGAÑO

21/05/2017 09:40 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

Mira bien. En la red podemos ver millones de fotografías de mujeres que muestran su antes y después. De ser chicas con sobrepeso, a tener una figura tonificada. Pero la mayoría de esas ocasiones, o quizás un gran número, hacen que nosotras nos sintamos obligadas o por lo menos influenciadas a tener ese mismo cuerpo. Cuando deberíamos amarnos tal y como somos.

Milly Smith, de 23 años y residente en el Reino Unido, se dio cuenta de lo dañino que podía ser tener estas expectativas sobre sí misma así que decidió cambiar su vida. Pasó de tener depresión, anorexia, baja autoestima y fatiga constante; a sentirse completamente nueva. Solo con amarse más a sí misma.

You DO NOT NEED AN EXCUSE to post a selfie. You don't need to justify posting a cute picture, a half naked picture or whatever picture you like. Just an FYI. Post what makes YOU feel good and what YOU want to! ?? I'm on the train on the way to meet @my_life_without_ana & @selfloveliv and I'm so EXCITED!! What are you guys doing this weekend?

Una foto publicada por Milly Smith ?? (@selfloveclubb) el 27 de Ene de 2017 a la(s) 8:34 PST

Por eso subió una foto a su cuenta de Instagram en la que se puede ver un antes y un después. Pero ella no hizo ejercicio ni se mató sin comer por dos semanas, sino que todo lo contrario. Se mostró tal y como era.

Same girl, same day, same time. Not a before and after. Not a weight loss transformation. Not a diet company promotion. I am comfortable with my body in both. Neither is more or less worthy. Neither makes me more or less of a human being. Neither invites degrading comments and neither invites sleezy words. We are so blinded to what a real unposed body looks like and blinded to what beauty is that people would find me less attractive within a 5 second pose switch! How insanely ridiculous is that!? I love taking these, it helps my mind so much with body dysmorphia and helps me rationalise my negative thoughts. Don't compare, just live for you. There is no one on this planet who's like you and that's pretty damn amazing don't ya think. The world doesn't need another copy, it needs you. We are worthy, valid and powerful beyond measure (If you don't pull your tights up as high as possible are you really human?)

Una foto publicada por Milly Smith ?? (@selfloveclubb) el 29 de Ene de 2017 a la(s) 10:45 PST

"Estoy cómoda con mi cuerpo en ambas fotos. Ninguna es más o menos digna. Ninguna me hace menos o más humana... Estamos tan cegados por cómo se ve un cuerpo real y sin posar, y cegados por lo que es la belleza, que la gente puede encontrarme menos atractiva con un cambio de pose de 5 segundos. ¿Qué tan locamente ridículo es eso?"

THIS PHOTO HAS BEEN EDITED ON PURPOSE! 1 minute to do on a free app, my waist is smaller, muscles more defined, arms and thighs smaller and butt bigger. Again highlighting how easy is is to manipulate and change the body at your finger tips in seconds. I've had so many of you message me today especially saying how you can't stop comparing yourself to 'fitness' pages. I hate them; I'm not saying all of them are the same but we all know the ones im talking about- the ones making aesthetics out to be your life's goal using the same body type over and over. 'NO EXCUSES YOU LAZY TWAT'... you know the drill. First off, the women on those pages represent a TINY minority of women, beautiful just like the rest of us and their beauty does not take away from yours- there's such a lack of variation with body types portrayed in fitness . Many of them have starved, restricted and over exercised to get the physique they have in the photo and if photoshopped hasn't been used often strategic lighting/posing has. Secondly. STOP (hammer time) unfollow the pages if they are a negative source for you. Don't look at them and instantly feel the pressure drop. Any page that tells you to look a certain way or hat exercise is purely weight lifting for aesthetics can't be healthy for your mind. I used them as a form of self destruction to punish myself; I can only assume a lot of those pages thrive from insecure men and women. However fake or real the image take a step back and realise you don't need to look or act like anybody else. You don't need muscle tone, restriction or unrealistically hard abs to feel worth. Don't waste your life chasing an image. Don't wake up one day at 70 and think "I never did look like those women and I wish I'd of made memories and smiles with the time I spent comparing" We are worthy, we are valid and we are powerful beyond measure ? Ps it's so super hard and triggering for me to post these. It takes a lot of courage and you guys give me that courage ??

Una foto publicada por Milly Smith ?? (@selfloveclubb) el 6 de Ene de 2017 a la(s) 11:54 PST

Ahora que ha superado los malestares que tenían antes, se siente mejor con su figura y así lo muestra en cada imagen que le comparte al mundo. Tiene más de 47 mil seguidores y a cada uno de ellos les enseña a amarse tal y como son. Además, constantemente sube fotografías de cómo se ve su cuerpo de verdad, versus lo fácil que es engañar a alguien con un poco de retoque.

Today I purchased a 'womans magazine' called closer or as I like to call them 'intensifiers of the phenomenon of body dissatisfaction' but it doesn't quite have the same ring to it. I wanted to see just how much crap is in there about weight loss, shaping up, hating yourself and oppressing women/sexualising women. I've never read one before but I know 1000?s of women do on the daily. I'm not going to lie to you. I found myself immensely triggered and feeling quite low after flicking through without even reading any of the articles. The before and after pictures with words lazy/fat next to happy/healthy really set my mind off overtime and this is from someone who's clued up on the tricks/mind games and into self love so imagine what this can do to someone more vulnerable. Right on the front cover as the main feature there are two huge pictures of celebrities in bikinis who have lost weight with captions such as 'I'm finally happy'. Also on the front it says 'eat yourself slim' and 'diet special'. Without even buying this magazine the messages and words are subconsciously seeping into minds by being in huge, eye catching, bright letters plastered across shop shelves. Out of 100 pages the majority of them included articles or advert about diets, slimming down, 'what celebs eat' or 'food trends'. After counting the calories on one the celeb plans it came to 1200, thats atrocious and damn right dangerous. What pissed me off the most is the reoccurring adverts for diet companies knowing full well women will be made to feel shit by this magazine so they latch onto their prey and offer them a solution. SCREW YOU. WELL I AIN'T BUYING IT (ok well I did buy this one but I meant in theory, you feel me?) There's more to life than these magazines could ever show you. They are making money on your misery, don't let them. Don't buy them, stick your middle finger up and boycott anything making you feel less than 100% worthy, beautiful and queenly. How dare they try and tell us we are anything other than worthy of love, happiness and anything we wish to do right now in this moment. We are powerful, worthy and loved ??

Una foto publicada por Milly Smith ?? (@selfloveclubb) el 9 de Ene de 2017 a la(s) 12:46 PST

¿Estas de acuerdo con Milly?

Would you believe me if I told you there was 6 months between these pictures? How about 6 minutes and a bit of posing / smoothing of the skin on an app? I could tell you I've restricted, spent every second in the gym and this is my transformation. Would you believe it? I could tell you I've been using a cellulite toning detox cream for a week and this is the result, would you believe me? I could tell you I've cut out sugar for 3 weeks and ran 12 miles a day and this is my transformation, would you believe it? I could tell you that I've eaten a certain protein bar for breakfast everyday along side shakes for lunch and this is the result. Would you believe it? I could tell you that I was depressed on the left and happier now on the right, would you believe it? I could tell you that I weight 30lbs less on the right, would you believe it? The reality of things we see are often so far from the truth. 6 minutes difference, same day, same girl just posed a smoothing skin filter used. Dont trust everything you see on the internet or in the media. Don't compare yourself, don't strive to be a fake image or anything other than your true authentic self for that matter. You rule as you are, do you, please you and live for you. Unfollow negative pages and surround yourself with love. You've got this, I've got this, we've all got this. We are strong, valid, worthy and powerful beyond measure.

Una foto publicada por Milly Smith ?? (@selfloveclubb) el 29 de Dic de 2016 a la(s) 9:01 PST

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