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Iskra Lawrence: From Self-Hate to Self-Love

Iskra Lawrence shares her journey from self-hate to self-love, transforming her relationship with her body.

Iskra Lawrence, a renowned model and body positivity activist, used to struggle with body image issues for years. In her latest interviews, she reveals how her story of self-love and acceptance has become relatable to millions who’ve had similar struggles, inspiring them to find beauty in their unique features.

Iskra Lawrence has embarked on a real journey toward body confidence.

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In interviews, Lawrence shared that she once struggled with self-love. She worked hard to achieve self-acceptance.

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She said: “It’s not something we’re taught. I used to see my body as the enemy because the fashion industry at that time was telling me that I had to be taller and smaller. And I couldn’t physically do it. As much as I restricted myself with eating or exercising, my hips were still too big. But you can’t think your body is your enemy when it’s your home. Changing that narrative took a long time, but now I’m not worrying about a thigh gap or some cellulite. It’s about changing the priority from what your body looks like to what it can do.”

The model emphasizes that your body belongs to you and nobody else.

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Iskra Lawrence gained popularity when she received criticism for eating chips. Despite the trolls’ accusations of promoting an unhealthy lifestyle, Lawrence stood her ground, inspiring many to embrace body positivity.

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Her action was a testament to the power of body positivity, reminding fans that we have the right to make choices and live life on our terms.

Iskra Lawrence’s life mantra is “You’re imperfectly perfect” now.

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In her interview, Lawrence shares her journey and advice on how to feel comfortable in one’s own body.

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She said: “I used to have a perfection complex, which manifested itself negatively when I was obsessed with trying to lose weight. Because being a perfectionist you never want to give up. So when I started realizing that no one is perfect and integrating that into other areas of my life, I stopped feeling guilty about what I ate and about wanting to say no to certain things.”

The model said we are our own worst enemies.

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She stated: “Understanding that you can mess up, failure is just a part of life, and it’s a lesson that helped me to take the pressure off myself. We’re our own worst enemies, but you have to be your best friend.”

Do you find Iskra Lawrence’s journey and advice helpful in your journey toward body acceptance? Let us know in the comments.

Written by Dadadel

Adelaida, the founder of Dadadel Creative, boasts a multifaceted background, blending expertise in software engineering, copywriting, and digital marketing. Prior to establishing her agency, she honed her skills as the former Head of the News Department at a regional media outlet, and also amassing 18 years of experience as a host. She has a penchant for sarcasm, a passion for lifestyle topics, and an undeniable love for cats.

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