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Model Iskra Lawrence, and in front of the camera, because she’s a 13-year-old.
She’s been at the prison for the walking runways and featured in magazines, and her journey towards self-love and body acceptance has been a difficult one for the now 28-year-old celebrity as well.
In fact, Lawrence revealed in a recent interview with Women’s Health, and that she was confused about her body at a young age, because it does not look like everyone else that might be harmful to her self-esteem.
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“Relatively speaking, I was just having a normal, healthy-looking teenager. However, I have developed body dysmorphia and an eating disorder, because I had such low ones,” she told the magazine.
Model Iskra Lawrence is in a completely unretouched photo
(Tory Rust for the Health of the Women.)
The british-born beauty said she has become obsessed with getting a “thigh gap” is so often seen on models. “I have never been wore just the boots, never wore skirts that cut me off at the wrong altitude, as well as the look of the knee high boots on the set, it would make me nervous,” she said. “My thighs rub against one another. Even if I am unhealthfully limit, and trying all of the fad diets, I could never have a thigh gap.”
When she was younger, and the model has to be remembered how the people in her pictures to the point. “They gave me a thigh gap, and have been renewed in my arms, smoothed my skin and removed all of my moles,” she said. “A team of people who decided these things made me a better look. However, these were things that I couldn’t reach it. I never realized the impact it had on me, but I was thinking about the impact it has had on everyone is that the consumption of these images. Therefore, it can be detrimental to your mental health and your body.”
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The one thing that is Lawrence, and restored her life, was her use of language. She no longer uses the words, the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks. Instead, they are called “celluLIT” and the “tiger stripes” and that “if you can get rid of such a negative terminology to it or embrace it, it’s going to make you feel better.”
They are also practices of self-compliments in the mirror when they have a negative thought about the way she looks.
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“It’s something that you have to do it every day until you get to a strong, self-confident, with the place,” Lawrence said in the practice. “And it’s something that, again, if you ask questions of yourself…You’ve got to get out of your head, and break it down as to why you feel like that.”