Fat. Ugly. Disgusting. Flabby. These are some of the words that most women use while describing their bodies. Why is everyone so critical about their own bodies while they go gaga over the super-skinny, photoshopped models on magazine covers?
Taryn Brumfitt, a mother of three, too had serious body image issues. She decided to go in for plastic surgery which would give her fake breasts and a firmer stomach. But at the end moment, she backed out of surgery. Why?
The truth hit her that becoming artificially prettier would do nothing to improve her body image. Instead she needed to accept her body for what it wasflab, imperfections, and all. Looking around, she saw many women who in spite of having lost a body part to illness were far more confident and happier than she was. Thus she started the Body Image Movement about which she talks about in this inspiring video.