Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm has shared an inspiring message about body symbol after opening up about being “at war” together with her personal body.
In a refreshing weblog post titled ‘My Road To Body Acceptance’, the 26-year-old Australian model spoke candidly about short of to “make peace” together with her body after years of telling herself that she was once “too fat.”
Last August, Bridget ditched the scales and deleted all of her health club selfies and development footage to permit herself to chill out her consuming conduct and prevent proscribing or skipping foods.
“I let go of any attempt to diet, and stopped having foods that were ‘bad’ or ‘good’. I stopped allowing guilt to exist, and I stopped hard workouts altogether,” she wrote within the weblog post. “Working out became something to make me stronger, not something to diminish me. I was going to give my brain and body a chance to exist on the same page for once.”
As a outcome, Bridget defined that she is happier than ever, pronouncing: “I have gained weight. And I do not [care] about it. My life is so much more than my jean size.”
She persevered: “And every day when that voice in my head tries to tell me I am worthless, it gets a little easier to shut it down. I am setting myself free slowly.”
Her message was once strengthened by means of an Instagram post; she shared a picture of herself in a bikini along the caption: “This girl is not fat. I remember around when this photo was taken, I had been told that I needed to lose weight. Not for the first time and not for the last time. Always fun trying to act like you’re confident and happy in swimwear when you’re at war with your body…”
She was once praised by way of her fans, with many thanking her for the usage of her platform to unfold such a sure message.