Seventeen Body Peace (Article)

For a couple of years now, Seventeen magazine has had a Body Peace campaign, in which girls can sign a pledge to accept their bodies for how they are. Before, I just read the articles in the magazine, but never really took part in the campaign. Today, that changed: I signed the petition to be at peace with my body, and from now on I’m going to do all that I can to follow its vows! You can do it too:

Some of my favorite vows/ones I need to work on most include:

  • Never allow a dirty look from someone else to influence how I feel about my appearance.
  • Quit judging a person solely by how his or her body looks — even if it seems harmless — because I’d never want anyone to do that to me.
  • Do the little things that will keep my body healthy, like walking instead of hanging on the couch, or drinking water rather than something sugary.
  • Quiet that negative little voice in my head when it starts to say mean things about my body that I’d never tolerate anyone else saying about me.

2 thoughts on “Seventeen Body Peace (Article)

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    of this sector don’t realize this. You should continue your writing. I’m sure, you’ve a huge readers’ base

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