Having a positive self-image can do much wonders for your health, relationships and life balance. You can have everything in life, but if you have issues with your self-image, it can affect your well-being.

What You Can Do To Gain a Positive Self-Image of Your Body

  • Acknowledge your flaws.

Knowing your weaknesses will empower you to grow and to improve more. Take time to review the difficulties that you often encounter in life in relation to your self image and how these things prevents you from accomplishing your tasks. If you can’t get to enjoy going out with friends because you always focus on your physical flaws like being overweight, then it’s time to restructure your thoughts and think of ways on how to increase your self-confidence by setting goals and taking the first steps to work on your weight loss

  • Recognize your assets.

Focusing on your assets will develop your self-confidence that will move your mind and body to improve yourself more and more each day. Look yourself in the mirror each morning and recognize the physical assets you have like having leaner and stronger legs that will bring you to many places.

  • Be with positive people.

Stay away from people that always make you feel bad about yourself and your life. Be with “positive buddy” who is a strong and happy person, always seeing the best in you. Your positive buddy or buddies can be your spouse, parents, siblings, friends or mentors

  • Nourish your mind and body with good food, positive energy and enough rest.

Reward your body with all the well-deserved rest you always need and coupled with healthy and nutritious food that can always give you the energy to go out, move, and be with positive people.

  • Learn and explore new things in life.

Take time to try new activities, to go to new places, to meet new people and to experience other cultures. A new experience will nourish your senses and you will appreciate yourself and life more.

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Mitch has been in the health and fitness industry for 15 years. She is a Licensed Physical Therapist and holds a masters degree in psychology from Ateneo de Manila University focusing on lifestyle and weight management. She is a certified personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise, health coach and group fitness instructor. She is a fully certified Pilates instructor in B and B studio and an Indoor Cycling Instructor at Electric Studio. She is also certified in PIYO (Pilates-Yoga), Piloxing, Zumba and Schwinn Indoor Cycling.