Look into anybody’s eyes and you see the real person. That is who they are. Don’t look at their appearance. Look deep and you will see them like a mirror of what is inside. That is who they really are, the person deep within, not the imperfect body image that we judge each other by.
If you have had a chance to check out Shapermint recently you have probably noticed the following statement #ThisismyTruth movement but what does it stand for?
#Shapermint movement – What is this?
This Shapermint movement is characteristic of the age we live in. Look beyond the person and accept each person for who they are. Give them a chance. Don’t judge.
We all have a history but it doesn’t define who we are but what is important is: what is inside? Look for who is the real person, not the body or the personal baggage we all carry with us.
“It is what it is.” That, basically, sums up today’s #thisismytruth movement. “Accept me and don’t judge or label me.” “Be confident and hold your head high and enjoy who you are.”
Today, the popular trend, all over the world, is for women to be free from all the chains that tied them down and imprisoned them into what someone else wanted them to be.
The important message with this movement is to let women be and not to force them to look a certain way or act a certain way. Learn to self-love.
The truth is that we are all imperfect and we are all aging, so accept your situation and enjoy what you have.
Learning to do this is the secret to being beautiful and confident.
The purpose of the Shapermint movement is to boost women’s confidence.
Let’s be honest-we all think our body is imperfect and we yearn for the look that we have been told, will make us more acceptable and beautiful to others.
We are inundated from the media that we aren’t skinny, smart or just not sexy enough.
The pressure now is to be super thin, not plump. But plump is beautiful and sexy too. Who are they to define what true beauty is?
Just go clothes shopping and see how all the latest styles are aimed at the skinny women. Guaranteed to depress the strongest of us. Making us feel as if we are not pretty enough or good enough.
But, that is where Shapermint comes in—it is their aim to deliver confidence and help women to erase the shame and to love what they see in the mirror.