For many years, women have always hated how they look and in particular.. their size. This topic came up in a conversation at home where we say men should never go, talk about a woman's body shape. What comes over a man for him to even bring this up! He must be absolutely mental! Once the words slid from the lips of the male, immediately the female's anger (and we all know how our tempers can be) shoots up. We scrap away that urge to slap him across the face, and we all know we are picturing it in our heads right now as the smirk appears across our faces.
As women, we are always searching for that "statement piece" to give us that extra appeal, to keep us feeling special. But who are we really? Well, let me tell you...... We are curvaceous beings, created to give life, to grow and to nurture ourselves and others. We are achievers motivators, entrepreneurs, inventors, strategists, leaders and as Rebecca put it earlier, a hell of a lot better in government if given the chance to prove it.
Our size isn't relevant to who we are, but to what makes us uniquely beautiful. Our curves are who we are, they emphasize our ability to be flexible but yet strong enough to manage what life brings our way. We are a daily celebration! Our self-esteem, mentality and even our spirits can be tampered with when even just mentioning our size. We are jewels, we are valuable and we are unique.
So, in light of all this, why do we care so much about our size? Certainly the media and celebrities do not help, as they are brain washing young girls into thinking that being a "size zero" is the best way to be? Oh please! Have you seen the "size zero" models that they call beautiful? They are drained, as if there blood had been sucked out by the latest vampire teen heart-throb, Robert Pattinson, and quite frankly are very far from being beautiful! We are who we are, so why change? If it happens to be for the reasons of finding that perfect someone then should they not like you for you and not your size?
Our curves make us who we are, define our uniqueness so we should not be trying to get rid of them.... All that is left to say now is... Embrace your curves girls :)