Beautifully flawed

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What are your thoughts on the body positivity movement?
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Back when I was fresh out of college (7 years ago now yikes!) I got laser hair removal on my arms and mustache. Before that I used to bleach my arm hair it was so dark and long. I was ALWAYS self conscious about my arm hair once I realized in middle school how gnarly it was. Before I knew about bleaching my hair I shaved my arms.
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I never think about my arm hair anymore (cause I don’t have any ha!), so I am so glad I got laser hair removal there. Now I’m not saying procedures are the way to go to make you feel better – body positivity comes from the INSIDE – ESPECIALLY ON THINGS YOU CANNOT CHANGE ABOUT YOUR BODY.
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My saggy mom tummy. My C-section scar and shelf. The stretch marks. The cherry angiomas. The keratosis Polaris on the back of my upper arms. My pale skin.
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You were beautifully and wonderfully made by God, flaws and all. Honestly, I bet no one noticed what you think are tour flaws because they’re too busy worried about themselves!
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Remember what you can control, momma. If something on your body cannot change, embrace it!! Find a reason to love it.