In the journey toward accepting our bodies, we may lovingly refer to ourselves as "thick," "big-boned," "curvy," or "voluptuous." But Kaila Narum thinks these labels can come with positive or negative connotations and make us feel a certain way - good or bad - about our bodies. Kaila is all about promoting self-love and says, "Your body is just your body. It isn't good or bad. It just is." She encourages you to "Stop labeling your body," because "it doesn't make up who you are. 💕"
We can definitely see how even a label that's meant to be sweet or endearing can actually promote a bad body image, because it brings too much attention to what our bodies look like. Do you agree?