The One Solution For Your Struggle For The Perfect Summer Body

  1. There’s no such thing as ugly women. Each and every single one of you girls are a living definition of what perfection means, because our Daddy never makes mistakes. Now sure, if you’re born with back problems (like I am) it’s not the will of God, but my point is that perfection is your very essence, not something you are to earn like you’re lacking it. Screw those stupid beauty standards. Among the women I “liked” (if y’all know what I mean) as a christian man, a lot of them had “perfect imperfections” -> acne scars, a tooth that wasn’t exactly where it was supposed to,… That may sound surprising but I found those things very attractive, because their utmost beauty turned those “imperfections” into a part of their charm. That’s also the very reason why I still find women beautiful when lounging in oversized men’s sweatshirts without make-up, because feminity and beauty are their essence, and everything they do or wear becomes feminine and beautiful as a result. Now sure, women (AND MEN) can learn how to dress and present themselves in the way that suits them the best, but you’re never trying to create beauty like it’s not there, simply to express it, because you are beautiful, period.

    May I stress the point that I’m not writing this to get any kind of attention? Just wanted to encourage all my sisters in Christ who will read my comment 🙂

    Blessings from Switzerland

  2. Stephanie says:

    This is such an honest and beautiful post. Thank you for being open and vulnerable, gorgeous. It can be such a challenge during any time of year – but especially summer – to appreciate the body that God has given us. My favorite verse to think over is “you are altogether beautiful, my love; there is no flaw in you” (Song of Solomon 4:7). It’s such a good reminder that even on our “worst” days, He sees nothing but our best. And our confidence comes from that! ❤️ So rock that swimsuit, girlfriend! And know that you look so beautiful – every perfect imperfection included!

    Stephanie | drunkonvogue.com

  3. Yannivi says:

    So so good!
    I love how you said “extend grace to yourself” “know that you are enough”
    Such a good reminder!

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