By Alison Ross, LMFT, CEDS
There is no perfect body.
The obsession with a trending body type, whether thin or thick, curvy or straight, changes over time because it isn't about beauty or health. It's about profit.
Marketers promote unusual body types to alienate the majority of us, triggering our fear and insecurity, They aim to make us feel inadequate so we'll spend a bunch of money on self-improvement stuff.
But, we don't have to be beholden to their narrow beauty ideals, which are just going to change with time anyway. It's ok, in fact, it's healthy, to practice embracing who you are and stepping back from the hustle for a body that's just not meant to be! 💪🏼✨