Fotos: Esta anorexica prefirió la "gordura" y ahora es feliz y famosa en Instagram

"Soy feliz con mi celulitis".

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Fotos: Esta anorexica prefirió la

One day you'll see. The moments of your life that you've missed. The memories that were made to light up your mind with smiles in vivid colour. But instead, they are dull. They were dulled. By a mind that could never truly live in that moment, too consumed by the ever present mirror forcing your reflection to the forefront of your thoughts. You cannot truly live with that mirror, looming over all that you do, and all that you are. One day you'll see, that it was inside you all along - the power to smash the mirror into pieces too small to ever pierce through your self esteem again. One day you'll see, that you could have lived unburdened by lies about your worth residing in your reflection. That you could have laughed with your whole body shaking. That you could have devoured every bite without shame. That you could have lived every moment, for yourself. One day, you will see. And I can't think of a better day than the one you're living right now. 💜💙💚🌈🌞

A photo posted by Megan Jayne Crabbe 🐼 (@bodyposipanda) on

Can we talk about mental health for a minute? Every single one of us will know someone, or be someone who's struggled with mental illness at some point. And sure, there's a lot of talk about breaking stigma and being more compassionate, but so many of us are still afraid to put ourselves out there and say this: Yes, those things are a part of me, but they are not all of me. #thechristineproject is about embracing our struggles, and knowing our worth beyond them. We are such magical multi-dimensional beings, and we deserve to recognise the wonder in that, in the ups, the downs and everything in between. Check out the unstoppable @thechristinecho and her blog to see more, and please please take part in this wonderful project if you feel like you can! 💜💙💚🌈🌞

A photo posted by Megan Jayne Crabbe 🐼 (@bodyposipanda) on

Para muchos, todavía llenos de prejuicios y concepciones básicas de belleza, ser gordo es un pecado. Tanto, que en redes sociales se pueden ver videos, memes, comentarios desobligantes hacia una forma corporal que irónicamente tiene la mayoría de la población y que de paso, también es un problema de salud pública.

Famosas youtubers han estado en medio de la polémica al tratar el tema:

Esto también le pasó a la comediante Nicole Arbour:

Pero en otros lugares que gozan de más apertura mental, mujeres como Megan Crabbe pueden ser felices. Porque ella se creía todas esas cosas a través de la influencia mediática: ser curvilínea está mal. Y entonces llegó la anorexia.

Pero pronto decidió quitarse todas esas etiquetas. Luego de enfrentar la muerte, decidió aceptar sus curvas y quererse.

En la galería podrán ver su historia de lucha e inspiración, cosa que le ha hecho famosa en redes sociales y en medios de comunicación.

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