Oftentimes we forget to place significance on the longest and most important relationship in our lives. The ones we form with ourselves.
No matter how much I may enjoy the app, I think it’s important to acknowledge some of the more toxic qualities of the app, particularly when it comes to body image.
We need to recognize that we are all extremely different people, no one is the same as someone else.
We all hear about “staying grounded” in our lives, but what does that really mean?
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