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Love Yourself, Your Size, and Get a Boost Finding Love

pheromonesIt's no secret that big beautiful women are here to stay, and that America is finally accepting women of larger sizes. People Magazine featured Tess Holliday, the first plus sized model on the cover of their June issue. Tess is 29 and wears a size 22, but doesn't see her size as a negative attribute. Tess told People Magazine that she was rejected again and again by many different modeling agencies telling her she was "too short," or "too fat." But, thanks to the internet, she was able to create her own destiny. "I started posting photos of myself in my underwear, then in bathing suits and other clothes that I liked but weren’t considered suitable for large and curvy women. Soon I was on my way. My photos led to real jobs. As my modeling career took off, I began to challenge society's perception of "beauty" and what's acceptable in our industry and the world," Tess Holliday.

Tess loves herself, has an amazing mother that despite hard times always encouraged her to chase her dreams, and believes that she could do whatever she wanted with her life. Her body confidence, despite her size, landed her on the cover of People Magazine, and modeling on a world-wide stage. Tess started a body positive movement through social media to help other women of all shapes, sizes, and color to feel more comfortable in their own skin, and love themselves. She also told people, "I have this passion inside of me to help other women feel confident and comfortable in their bodies, regardless of their size or what society tells them is beautiful. It’s like a calling."

Models aren't the only people urging others to love themselves regardless of their size, pop sensation Meghan Trainor recently told the world, as she won the Billboard Music Award, that, "I just want everyone to learn to love themselves." Many plus sized people find it especially challenging to find a partner because they lack the confidence it often takes to attract another person. However, loving your body isn't something that happens overnight, and many people discover their confidence with a partner by their side. According to Psychotherapist Ken Page of Psychology Today, "Everyone's heard this self-help platitude: We need to love ourselves before we can love anyone else. This may sound wise, but it misses a great truth; if we want to experience true intimacy, we need to be taught to love aspects of ourselves--again and again--by the people around us." Pheromone chemicals help people struggling to find that inner confidence, and give them that extra push towards finding a partner. By surrounding ourselves by supportive and loving people, it's easier to feel that inner peace and acceptance towards ourselves, formulate a more positive body image, and ultimately learn to love each other and ourselves. Please

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