I want to let myself go

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Ask Bodyposipanda Dear Bodyposipanda, I've been a diet culture devotee all my life, and for the last few years I've been super into the fitspo movement as well. Then I discovered body positivity and my whole mindset started to change. I'm at the point now where I want to myselc talking and posting about body image, leg, Health At Every Size etc. I know most of them will think I've just given up on myself and my body, I've actually seen them making fun of people before for letting themselves go. How can I ignore their judgement?

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I've given up on my body being the reason why I don't deserve happiness because I've always deserved it. And the rules don't change regardless of circumstance or whether playing by them harms our mental health. I have given up on my body.

This is why 'letting yourself go' is okay.

That's what we've always been wanf we are when we fall off the wagon, and we've internalised it so well lft now we're willing to do diet culture's dirty work ourselves and pin that label on each other. Diet culture doesn't care about mental health, that wouldn't be profitable. But spending our lives playing by the rules only makes sense if the game is real. It becomes us vs. Say they've let themselves go.

Have i let myself go? - a mum track mind

We're punishing ourselves day-in, day-out for this and here they are breaking every rule and mhself getting the end prize. I used to be someone who believed that a person who quit their diet, stopped their obsessive workouts or gained weight had let themselves go. Call them failures. No more excuses.

Let (oneself) go

But those are all excuses. I've given up on my body becoming something that it was never supposed to be. And it's not. The game of winning in dietland is the greatest illusion that's ever been crafted.

Why complain when it's simply the way things are? Say they've given up on themselves.

I want to let myself go

Do you want to know something? Because they've pinned their whole life on it being real. Maybe some will be ready to start questioning the rules, but a lot of them won't.

I want to let myself go

Because there's always a new rule, a new body part to monitor, or a new goal to hit. What can we do ymself people like that to try and undermine them? How dare they tap out of the game when we sacrifice so much to keep playing?

I want to let myself go

So when someone decides to not do that, to stop playing by the rules, to not force themselves forwards, we instantly resent ggo for it. Let's start by talking about this idea of 'giving up on your body' or 'letting yourself go'. Here's to letting ourselves go, I hope it feels damn good. By doing this we reassure ourselves that playing by the rules mhself the only valid option, no matter how much it harms us.

But let's unpack that. I am determined to make the next 10 days before Mysself head home for the holidays count. Then I discovered body positivity and my whole mindset started to change. I can do this. And the prize of happiness at the end of the game? I'm at the point now where I want to be talking and posting about body image, fatphobia, Health At Every Size etc.

I need to step up my acid reflux medication and I need to cut the gluten again. All lbs of me.

Dionne warwick feat. chuck jackson - if i let myself go lyrics

I've given up on my body being a measure of my value as a human being. Better to myselr pull your shame up by the bootstraps and use all the emotional energy you have to force yourself forwards. They stop today. Diet culture has convinced us that in order to successfully live in our bodies we must keep constant vigilance over them. We never dare to voice this while we're still stuck in dietland though, why would we when we've been convinced that there's no other viable way to play?

Every mark.

Dionne warwick feat. chuck jackson - if i let myself go lyrics

That the rules are filled with shame, obsession, feelings of failure and of never being able to perform them quite well enough. And if you try and tell them that it is, it's likely that their first reaction will be defending it with everything they have. I have my workouts planned. You can only put out another option, and hope that one day they'll be willing to take a chance on it.

Those are the rules of the game. The thing is, we all know deep down that playing by the rules doesn't actually feel very good.

I want to let myself go

Until then, let them call you whatever they want to call you, those labels lose their power over you as soon ymself you realise that you get to make the rules now. And I hate excuses. I have my water bottle to hand.

When i decided to let myself go

One that's been fabricated and sold to us over decades as the only right way to exist ler a body, when there's never actually been a wrong way to exist in a body. And you'll just have to accept that those aren't your people right now. I know most of them will think I've just given up on myself and my body, I've actually seen them making fun of people before for letting themselves go. You can't force someone to let go of the thing that gives a sense of meaning to everything they do.

I let myself go. – an appetite for life

Every calculation of calories in and calories out must be relentlessly monitored and outwardly performed for societal approval. Ask Bodyposipanda Dear Wat, I've been a diet culture devotee all my life, and for the last few years I've been super into the fitspo movement as well. So here I am. Every pound. Getting healthy will help me in all of these, I need to be the best version of myself to make the right impression in interviews.