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Self-love and confidence

Self-love and confidence affirmations cause you’re worth it

#RECLAIMYOURBODY
23/05/2021
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I know many of you are also suffering and fighting in silence. What helps me to get out of a painful moment and back into realising I’m not doing too bad, are affirmations.
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Video: How to Address Mental Health Struggles to Friends or Family – #RECLAIMYOURBODY Pru’s Advice

It's always hard to start the conversation about mental health, but I'm offering my own personal advice on this questions I received on Instagram on how to address mental health struggles with friends and family.
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Who am I? Overthinking my life after the tumor diagnose

I don’t think I ever told you about this massive fear I had just before the surgery. I had this firm belief that something would go wrong, that I wouldn’t survive this surgery.
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Self-employed: and then you have to get surgery

Being self-employed, my plan was to get surgery and get straight back to work afterwards. I really didn’t…
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I look pregnant

I look down and I notice a bigger belly. I always imagined my body would look exactly like this when I got pregnant. I imagine it growing as the weeks go by.I feel bloated, there’s an unfamiliar pain in my stomach and I have no idea what is happening inside. I read about these similarities during pregnancy.
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A letter on why your body IS enough

It's totally understandable why you believe that your body is imperfect, unworthy of love, flawed, that you show up being "brave" to show your body instead of just beautifully you. It's social media misleading us and its unrealistic expectations it has built up towards your body.
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I don’t know how to heal from grief

When I talk about my body being in pain, it’s a somewhat visible trauma. I’m in actual physical pain and people can see that. Many people aren’t considering the grief and sadness that comes with having surgery, or being diagnosed with something you weren’t expecting.
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I was scared to bring bad news

I was scared to bring bad news, because every time it happened before, people left me. I was good company for as long as I held my smiles up and I was of use to others, and even up until this day, I’m saying I’m fine to avoid someone else to feel uncomfortable.
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My life just fell apart: the supermarket visit 15min after getting diagnosed with a tumor

Somehow I broke my baguette and I bought some pizza because I just knew I wouldn’t be cooking meals that evening and the radio was playing songs about dying. I was overthinking my entire existence, my meaning in life.
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