Saturday, April 11, 2015
The Shape of a Woman - How it Defines Her.
Welcome to the era of the hourglass shape, waist training or hips don't lie ladies. If you haven't got it, you aren't a real woman. So go hide yourself lol! Nah! You know that's just me exaggerating. There are still lots of women who are very proud and confident in the fearful and wonderful way God has created them(Psalm 139:14). Moi happens to be in that club but there's a need to keep fit and stay healthy. Also, its important to know every woman is a REAL woman, irrespective of your shape. Yes! Genevieve Nnaji, Mercy Johnson and whole lots of others may have got the killer shape but still have just two X chromosomes like the slim, thin, fat lady out there. Because it is what we have on the inside that classifies us as a group (women) despite the many physical features that are consistent with our kind.
There shouldn't be a need to kill yourself because you haven't gotten a particular shape. Its sad when I read or hear news of women's death in an attempt to add or subtract from a particular body part. It can't be denied some women confident is built on their outward look but the truth still remains that: the beauty of a woman isn't/shouldn't be judged by the outward appearance but what lies beneath.
So how does a woman shape defines her? - what sets women apart irrespective of their shapes is CONFIDENCE and the Way they DRESSES. Funny enough; sometimes, the women we so admire because of the strong air of confidence they carry about them and their full shape may just be wearing one or more clothing under their outfit Lol! Of course! You may doubt it because the message "I'm looking good and I know it" has being sent and we believed it.
In essence, that same confidence can be reflected by having a good sense of dressing and appreciating who are you are, irrespective of your body size. Being the "A" shape, "V" shape, "H" shape, "8" shape, "Oval" shape or The Ruler. You're beautiful the way you are. Just learn to be the beholder of your own beauty and keep keeping fit. Cheers!