Carpe the Hell out of this Diem

The topic of discussion today was body image. It started with an article about a woman that transformed herself with endless amounts of plastic surgeries. This woman was stunning. Was. She had every plastic surgery you can imagine, including several of her ribs removed.

This article started the conversation about body image, scars and how people do things or don’t do things because of the way they feel about their bodies.

So many people are not living life to the fullest because they fear judgement from others. Whether it’s due to weight, scars or cellulite. Main example was wearing a swimsuit in public.

Listen, most people don’t look like the models on the covers of magazines. Hell most of those models don’t look like that in real life.

We have to stop comparing ourselves to others. We have to do all the things our hearts desire without fear of judgement. To hell with anyone’s opinion. If you let fear of judgement keep you from doing anything, you are only hurting yourself. Think of all the things you are missing out on in life.

Live!! Throw caution to the wind and say to hell with what anyone thinks. Show your body in that swimsuit. Let them see your battle scars. Then let them see the smile on your face.

Blessings!

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7 thoughts on “Carpe the Hell out of this Diem”

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    This has became a topic that I’ve really delved into. I had never realized what goes on in the life of a “fat girl” until I met my wife. I’ve been around guys all my life who like to tell the jokes, but man! Women are horrible too!

    My wife, by typical guy standards, is a pretty big woman. But, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And just because weight doesn’t bother me doesn’t mean I have low or no standards for myself. We’ve worked together for 15 years now and troubles I’ve seen others going through, we really haven’t had.

    Society sucks and I’m noncompliant.

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