Bodies are beautiful at every size.
Peoples’ bodies aren’t good or bad, right or wrong—they’re just different.
And it’s the diversity of bodies that adds to their beauty. 
You can’t compare your body to someone else’s because your body isn’t meant to look like any other body.
There will always be someone thinner or heavier than you.
Someone shorter or taller.
Someone more attractive by someone’s standards or less attractive by another’s.
Someone with smaller or bigger hips.
Someone with a flatter or rounder stomach.
Someone older or younger.
But there will never be another you.
So celebrate what makes you different.
It’s what makes you beautiful. 

Bodies are beautiful at every size.

Peoples’ bodies aren’t good or bad, right or wrong—they’re just different.

And it’s the diversity of bodies that adds to their beauty. 

You can’t compare your body to someone else’s because your body isn’t meant to look like any other body.

There will always be someone thinner or heavier than you.

Someone shorter or taller.

Someone more attractive by someone’s standards or less attractive by another’s.

Someone with smaller or bigger hips.

Someone with a flatter or rounder stomach.

Someone older or younger.

But there will never be another you.

So celebrate what makes you different.

It’s what makes you beautiful.