Why These Celebrities Cannot Cease Loving On Themselves


It is time to take stock of your life and assess what you might want to change.

And why it is so easy to separate and engage in the things you think need to be fixed, and sure, you can just commit to waking up earlier or reading more books and why not make 2020 a year Do you decide to be friendlier to yourself and your body and to accept everything that has done for you?

Repeat after Lizzo : "Mirror, mirror on the wall / Don't say it because I know I'm cute."

So if you want to strive to start your day with green juice, you should avoid all of these energy-saving sugars or rely on sweating every day. But how about if we leave the intentions of losing 10 pounds and the crash diet cycle that is inevitable in this decade behind, m & # 39; kay?

Take it from people like Ashley Graham Zendaya and Emma Stone : Loving yourself is a lot more fun than cutting carbohydrates.


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"When people look at my body and say: & # 39; Oh my god, she is so brave. & # 39; It is like: & # 39; No, I am not. & # 39; Me I'm fine, I'm just me, I'm just sexy. If you had seen Anne Hathaway in a bikini on a billboard you wouldn't call her brave the standard when it comes to women … I don't like it if people think that it is difficult for me to see myself as beautiful. I don't like it when people are shocked that I do it. "
– to the annoyance that people are surprised by their self-confidence

 Kate Winslet

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"As a child, I never heard a woman say to me: & # 39; I love my body. & # 39; Not my mother, my older sister, my best friend. Nobody ever said," I am so proud on my body. "I absolutely say it [my daughter] Mia, because a positive physical attitude has to start early."

 Mindy Kaling, The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Conversation

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"IDK who need to hear that, but … WEAR A BIKINI IF YOU WANT TO WEAR A BIKINI. You don't have to be size 0."

 Jennifer Lawrence

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"You have to overlook this – you look like you look and feel good. What are you going to do? To be hungry every day to make other people happy? It's just stupid." she refuses to feed

 Serena Williams, US Open

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"I love being a full woman and being strong. I am powerful and beautiful at the same time. And there is nothing wrong with it. It is so important to look at the positive. When I am dealing with the negative, I can that really crash. I don't have time to crash, I have too many things to do. I can win Grand Slams, I can inspire people and that's why I'm here. "

 Zendaya, 2019 E! People’s Choice Awards, candidacies

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"There is no ugly. It's a word that doesn't really appear in my vocabulary. If there is a definition for being perfect, you are perfect in being yourself. No other person can make you 100 Be percent; no one has your fingerprint, no one has your DNA, they are 120 percent through and through you, whether through my social media or whatever, I want everyone who looks up to me to know that I have them have the same problems I have to be confident about who I am. "

 Gabourey Sidibe

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"People always ask me: & # 39; You have so much confidence. Where does that come from?" It came from me. One day I decided that I was beautiful and I lived my life as whether I was a beautiful girl I wear colors that I really like, I wear makeup that makes me feel pretty and it really helps It has nothing to do with how the world perceives you counts is what you see. Your body is your temple, it is your home and you have to decorate it. "

 Once Upon a Time in ... Hollywood London Premiere, Lena Dunham

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"I have a feeling that over the years I have made it pretty clear that I don't have the slightest idea about my body. I went on red carpets in couture size 14. I got a few days after that Surgery made sex scenes with scars. I have accepted that my body is a constantly changing organism, not a fixed unit – what goes up has to go down and vice versa. I smile just as broadly, no it plays a role for me because I am proud of what this body has seen, done and represented. "

 Chrissy Teigen, Instagram, Vacation


"I think in a way we forgot what a normal body looks like. There are people out there who are fighting and I am fighting and it is okay to accept what it will be like. I am not blind: I see my body, I see the difference in shape, I see that I have gained weight, but I also see with the same eyes that I have a beautiful boy and an amazing little girl, and I am very happy. "

 Tess Holliday, Fashion Week, Instagram


"It's just about accepting yourself as you are. If you want to work towards a better one, do it. But you are just as you are today."

 Isla Fisher


"I don't even have a Libra. I have two young girls and I don't want them to see me cradling all the time. I don't think it sends the right message. So much about life is acceptance .You can look in the mirror and find a million things that are wrong with you. Or you can look in the mirror and think I feel good, I have my health and I am so blessed. This is how I see it doesn't have to be perfect. I'm fine. "

 Cindy Crawford

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"You see? Even if I don't wake up like Cindy Crawford."

 Amy Adams

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"Being pregnant finally helped me understand what my true relationship with my body was like – which meant that looking good in a swimsuit was not on Earth. I said, & # 39; Look, me can carry a baby! I'm gaining weight, everything is going well. And I've had this relationship ever since. "

 Viola Davis, How to Get Away with Murder, HTGAWM


"You know, when Annalize Keating was handed over to me, I said: & # 39; she is sexy, she is mysterious, you know? & # 39; I am used to playing women who have to put on 40 pounds and wearing an apron. So I said, "Oh god, I have to lose weight, I have to learn how to walk Kerry Washington in your heels, you know, I have to lose my stomach." And then I asked myself, "Well, why do I have to do all this?" I firmly believe that it is the privilege of my life to be who you are, and I only recently accepted this at 51. I think "My greatest strength is that you come into my world every Thursday evening at ten o'clock. I will not come into yours. You come into my world and you sit with me, my size, my color, my age and you sit and experience. "

 Emma Stone, widget of the fashion police

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"No matter how things look from the outside, we can all be overly critical of ourselves and our image in the mirror. I've seen articles or comments that deal with my weight or give in to the pressure to be thin. & # 39; Maintaining weight is a struggle for me – especially when I'm stressed and especially when I've gotten older. I remember being nice to myself and treating myself as ridiculous as it sounds like in the same gentle way I want to treat a daughter of mine. It really helps. "

 Meryl Streep, 2018 Oscars, fashions of the red carpet

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"For young women, I would say don't worry too much about your weight. Girls spend far too much time thinking about it, and there are better things. For young men and women too, what makes you special different or strange, that's your strength. Everyone tries to look like a cookie cutter and in fact people who look different are picked up. I used to hate my nose. Not now. It's okay. "
-to the advice she would give to aspiring actors

 Lady Gaga, 2017 Super Bowl

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"I heard that my body is a topic of conversation, so I wanted to say I am proud of my body and you should be proud of yours. No matter who you are or what you do. I could give you one million Reasons why you don't have to take care of anyone or anything to be successful. Be yourself and be relentless. That's the stuff of champions. "
-according to the chatter about their Super Bowl appearance

 Camila Mendes, 2018 Peoples Choice Awards, PCAs

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"When did it become more important to be thin than to be healthy? Recently I went to a naturopath for the first time in my life. I told her about my concern about food and my obsession with diets. She formulated a crucial one Question in such questions One way that struck me: what other things could you think of if you didn't spend all your time thinking about your diet? I suddenly remembered all the activities that I love and that used to take my time In my life, I let go of my obsession with being skinny, eating myself, and refusing to make room for other worries in my head, I'm done believing in the idea that there is a thinner, happier version of me on the other hand your body type is genetically engineered and if you eat nutritious foods and exercise regularly you will be healthier the, but not necessarily thinner. "

 Sam Smith

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"If I have ever done a photo shoot with a t-shirt in the past, I starved for weeks beforehand and then I looked for and poked at each picture and then usually took the picture. Yesterday I decided to fight back the f – k to regain my body and stop changing that breast, these hips, and the curves my mother and father made and which I love so unconditionally, how much courage it took to do this and the body trauma that I considered Child had experienced doing, you wouldn't think of these things. "
-to courageously take off his shirt for a shoot

 Ashley Graham


"I look at myself naked in the mirror and say: & # 39; Do you know what, strange butt shape? You are not getting taller or rounder, but it is okay because I have Spanx for you. & # 39; Your Words are so powerful. Every day when you say to yourself I love you, if you give yourself a word of confirmation, it will change your mind. "


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