So yes, TikTok has taken it into their own hands this year and we all know how that goes down. Britney Spears cannot drive a car, hire a lawyer, discuss the conservatorship in public, contact anyone without being monitored, interview without a script, view her finances, contact anyone in person without being vetted, or see her own children without asking her father's permission.
This is because Britney was sentenced to a mental health facility for not following the rules by going to an In-N-Out with her boyfriend. Britney had to go to court and claimed she was being held against her will by her father and being prescribed sedatives. Finally, the paparazzi did something helpful because they caught wind of this and it became a wildfire.
Oklahoma State. Everyone deserves to love themselves, no matter their shape or size. People who are heavier-set refuse to accept the detrimental reality. Still, there poses an issue that can't be ignored — one's health.
To be precise, according to the data, 60 percent of men and 30 percent of women underestimated how much they weighed. People within the less privileged socioeconomic status are the ones that are more likely to underestimate their weight than those in a higher socioeconomic status.
While having access to resources and a certain sum of money is great and works wonders for some, the majority of people aren't as fortunate — and if you do fall into the latter of the categories, it would make sense that you'd be more overweight.
It's taking a toll on people's physical health. There's more to think, or not think, about than clothes sizes, the number on the scale, how other people see you in public, or how good you look in that Instagram picture with bodyposi in the caption. The body positivity movement's denial of science is troubling.
This is the same concept. You may be OK with, accepting, and loving toward what you see in pictures and in the mirror, but are you really OK with the health risks that follow? Social media makes the situation worse, especially for young women. For me, this was the first time I had seen even a glimpse of the body positivity movement and I've followed her ever since. Her page, and others like hers, are the pages I refer to when advocating for the positive side of body positivity.
By no means am I saying that everyone should look like previously mentioned Megan, a Kardashian, Jenner, or any other influencer with a smaller body type. However, deliberately admitting that you're fat and don't care, or appear not to at the very least, and showing no intention of trying to improve your lifestyle and health makes matters worse.
This only allows me to revisit my point that there's a line between loving your body and promoting an unhealthy lifestyle — especially when you're a prominent influencer of young minds. Though we post confident pictures with inspirational captions telling young women to "love yourself the way you are," that's hard to achieve when our first instinct is to compare and contrast and ask every "why" question imaginable.
It takes a toll on one's mental health, and not always in the best way. I do acknowledge that there are body positivity success stories in which people, especially women, are significantly happier with themselves and their bodies. If you genuinely love what you see when you look in the mirror, that's a great thing and it does wonders for your mental health!
However, not everyone can achieve this. People in general struggle to 'love their bodies'. Someone who has struggled with body image issues cannot suddenly change from body-hatred to loving how they look. Influencers can write all the inspirational captions they want under their bodyposi pictures, and maybe be transparent about their journey every once in a while. However, as the audience, we only see the beautiful highlights instead of the ugly truth.
For young adolescents that don't know any better or are unaware of beneficial resources, the journey may be perceived as easy or just posting a couple of confident pictures to look the part in hopes that they'll eventually feel it. Thus, creating a downward spiral of self-doubt, low self-esteem, depression, and other mental health issues that just stack one on top of another. You don't have to love it or hate it - it's just a body, and the self is so much more than just its outer packaging.
The health of our younger generations is at stake, and we need to step up. Thus, it's putting young lives at risk for serious medical conditions at a very young age. Now, where do you want I should put these blinds? A fellow in our office told us about a household incident of which he had been an innocent but perplexed spectator. Our friend had called a Venetian blind repairman to come pick up a faulty blind, and the next morning, while the family was seated at the breakfast table, the doorbell rang.
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