15 Pruebas de que no debes creer en las fotos perfectas de las redes sociales

Para recopilar más “me gusta”, los usuarios intentan subir a sus cuentas en las redes sociales las imágenes más impresionantes y perfectas. Y para hacer que sean así, a menudo recurren al uso de editores de fotos y otros trucos. A veces estas manipulaciones cambian el original más allá del reconocimiento.





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Bad body image days ? Lately I’ve been having bad body image days. Everyone has days where they look at themselves and just see the negatives. I was struggling to get a good “Instagram” photo because I’m not as lean as I used to be. But I realised that even though I’ve been struggling to have the same positive viewpoint of my body that I’ve had majority of the time, there will always be ups and downs and you can’t possibly expect yourself to be completely content with what you see everyday 24/7. So here’s a reminder that it’s normal for your tummy fat to bunch up. It’s completely normal to gain weight and have difficulty accepting it because of the obsession society has with weight loss and being fit. But we shouldn’t have to stress about looking as lean as possible. Or stressing about normal things like tummy fat bunching up. We should be able to love and accept the body we have whether it’s like the left or right photo. You don’t need to constantly suck your tummy in and sit uncomfortably in order to look smaller. We need to realise that having bad body days is okay, as long as you acknowledge that it’s a bad day and those negative thoughts aren’t a true reflection of yourself. Your body is amazing no matter how it looks because it allows you to live and experience life ?☀️ —————————————– . . . #instagramvsreality #changethewayyouthink #focusonyourself #bodygoals #idealbody #powerofpositivity

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Angle/posture/posing reminder ❤️

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Changing the way you see yourself? I used to get so influenced by other people’s comments on my body, by comments and photos I saw all over media about other people’s bodies. It shaped the way I thought about what an “ideal body” was. Yet I never saw my body as “ideal”. There was always something I wanted to change about myself and thought if I changed that I would be happy. I thought my body was wrong and odd. I usually get told my stomach is too bloated looking. My stomach sticks out a lot, it’s just the way it is and I can’t change that. When I relax my body, my tummy just sticks out. Because of this I would always suck in my tummy and pose in certain ways to make it appear smaller. Some people will always have something negative to say, if I relax my body, many people say I’m fat. When I used to post fitness photos people would say I looked better before. When I was younger and didn’t gain weight easily, people would call me too skinny, or tell me to “go eat a burger”. We a have different shapes to our bodies. Just because someone’s body doesn’t look like yours doesn’t mean that it’s ugly or wrong. We keep seeing comments and hearing words that influence the way we see ourselves. They shape the words we say to ourselves and what we eventually believe and see ourselves as. We’re so used to focusing on negativity and letting it rule out all the positivity. We need to stop listening to these negative things. Start only focusing on the positive things, start believing the positive things you tell yourself and learn to love yourself the way you are now. Because even if you change something you don’t like, you’ll always find something else that you want to change. You don’t need to change yourself in any way. Change the way you talk to yourself and the way you view yourself. We are all different and can’t all look the same. There is no one “ideal body”. Your body is perfectly ideal the way it is no matter what anyone says or what the negative thoughts in your head tell you. ?☀️ —————————————— . . . #instagramvsreality #changethewayyouthink #focusonyourself #bodygoals #idealbody #powerofpositivity

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