• You're more likely to give up on your goals.
  • Body shaming yourself into losing weight doesn't work. A 2013 study from Florida State University found that this so-called motivation tactic actually increases a person's risk of becoming and remaining overweight.
  • Women with high levels of body shame report higher amounts of infections, poorer overall health, and more frequent digestive trouble and headaches.
  • You could end up like your 75 year old aunt eating low-fat cheese and a rice cake for lunch, on her 60th year of "watching her figure," who still won't let people take her picture.

         #NOTHANKYOUPLEASESAVEMENOW


This isn't just for skinny people or fat people or fit people with a history of eating disorders or ex-models or teenagers. It's for ALL OF US. Because there's not a single person who isn't affected by the insane pressure to look different from the way they look right now.

There also isn't a single person who will not suffer the consequences if they continue to live under the lie that they are not enough.

Forget that crap.

If you've got a life to live, dance floors to tear up, cute clothes to wear, a career to dominate, swimming pools to jump in, brunch to eat, kids to raise, relationships to develop, or tacos to eat, then #HHHBodyPositiveWeek is for you!