Health & Body Image

How to Have a Positive Body Image

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It’s important to have a positive body image.

We know what normally happens. You look in the mirror, and immediately start picking it apart. Your thighs are too big. Your ankles are too small. Your chin is seeing double. We know the feeling. But the problem is, you’re completely ignoring the things that make you unique! It’s time to pour love back into ourselves and grow to love ourselves for exactly who we are.

You hottie, you.

Here’s how to have a positive body image:

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6 Physical Features You Should Love

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Having a healthy body image isn’t easy for us girls.

No matter what we do, we are submerged with the concept of having the flawless figure. But Blush says, to hell with that! Let’s embrace who we are and how we look right now. To get started, here are five physical features that we think you should adore. You’re hot, and you don’t even know it!
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Advice for Handling Swimsuit Season

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Summer is rough for most of us – which is why we have the tips and advice for handling swimsuit season.

It may not mean anything to guys, but this means a heck of a lot to girls. Whenever the weather warms up, we all become aware that we’re only one boogie board and some tanning oil away from swimsuit season and insurmountable insecurity. Sun dresses, mini skirts, and the dreaded bikini are back in action, ripe and ready to mock our normal-sized thighs. I mean, with all the pressure out there, how in the world have has someone not made a fortune over water proof sweat pants?

Remember our post, 6 Things That Plague Every Girl? It’s one of our staples, and #1 tends to come into full effect. Yes, Carnival Mirror Syndrome is a real thing, and we all suffer it’s symptoms. We think it’s a consequence of the times. For example, if we lived in the 1920’s, ¬†summer wouldn’t be so stressful given their swim ensembles. They practically wore jumpsuits.

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