6 Tips For Squashing Negative Self-Talk and Feeling More Confident in Your Own Skin

Everyone struggles with body image at some point, but it's typically something you can work through with some help. If you're in the habit of tearing yourself down, you first need to acknowledge that it's a problem before you can begin reflecting more positively on the parts you're so quick to criticize. With time and practice, you might even learn to love and respect your body. If that seems like an impossible task, these therapist tips can help get you started. They're simple but effective in helping you reframe those negative thoughts and get to a healthier place. Keep reading to see them all.

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