If you can’t stand what others say about your appearance or you don’t feel comfortable in your own skin, then you should read the following tips that BesserMe has prepared for you. Today we are talking about those myths that most people believe to be true and we can tell you right at the beginning – stop believing in them.
There is ‘good’ and ‘bad’ nutrition
Of course, a salad rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants will be able to nourish your body more than a portion of fries. Nevertheless, we cannot say whether a food is good or bad. It is one thing to say that a slice of pizza is unhealthy and another to say that eating pizza and the like is not healthy. Do you agree with us?
You have to change to feel better about yourselves
Losing weight, cutting your hair, changing your style of dress – all these should make you feel better. Such changes are not necessary as this is only a momentary or temporary pleasure. Try to be positive every day and be grateful even for the small things in life. Myths like these are not good for you. So forget about them!
It is not healthy to have a few extra kilos
Mythen über den “perfekten Körper” bringen nichts positives. Das Wesentliche ist, dass ihr euch in eurem Körper wohl fühlt – denn Kilos kommen und gehen. Wichtiger ist es, dass ihr euch gesund ernährt und regelmässig Sport betreibt. Somit denkt ihr bereits ‚gesund’ und werdet euch schon bald besser fühlen.
Nutrition and will power
“I can’t eat more than one piece of cake.” How many times have you said this sentence to yourself? Stop thinking like that and start thinking of food as fuel for your body.
When you are confident, you will feel better about yourself
This is impossible because it is perfectly normal that you do not feel the same every day. Sometimes you may not even be able to decide what to wear to work or whether to go for a walk and instead spend the whole day in bed. The next day, however, you jump out of bed at the first sounds of the alarm and are in a good mood all day.
The way you see yourselves is the way others see you.
It is not said for nothing: “What you radiate, you attract”. So, put on your best smile and ‘arm’ yourself with positive thoughts and you will soon see that your day will go well and you will cope better with your tasks.
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