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Body Positivity Journaling Prompts

Body Positivity Journaling Prompts

an exerpt from

25 Body Love 

Journaling Prompts

By: Anne-Sophie Reinhart

an anti-diet coach and body confidence expert

www.annesophie.us/25-body-love-journaling-prompts

1. What does body-acceptance even mean to me?

2. When I think of my body, the first thought that pops into my head is… because …

3. When I think of my body, what I’d like to think of is… because…

5. If fat could talk, it would say…

4. If my body could talk, it would tell me…

5. The things I’d miss without having my body are…

6. Write about the experiences in your life that showed you that you’re more than just a body.

7. When do I feel best in my body?

8. What can I do today to feel good in my body?

9. I’m grateful that my body…

10. Despite everything, I know that my body…

11. Right now, my body needs…

12. If it weren’t for my body, I would…

13. My body is delightful because…

14. If I were to experiment with feeling good in my body today, I would…

15. Write your life story through your body’s eyes…

An excerpt from

13 Body Love 

Journal Prompts to Start Loving Your Body and Yourself More

By: Heart and Moxie

blog for women over 40

http://www.heartandmoxie.com/blog/2016/5/13-journal-prompts-to-start-loving-your-body-yourself-more

1.  What does “Body Love” mean to you?

2. Write about your current relationship with your body…what do you love, what don’t you love, etc.  No judgement, just explore the idea!

3.  Why do you think society puts so much pressure on women and their body image?  How is this damaging?

4.  How much of your self-worth do you tie to your body image?

5.  What are practices or daily things you do that make you feel beautiful, sexy, and/or comfortable in your own skin?  How can you start doing more of this in your life?

6. Explore the idea of loving yourself just as you are…what would that look like; what would it feel like?

7. If you have a daughter (or imagine you have a daughter), what lessons would you like to teach her on loving herself and accepting her body?

8.  What are your imperfections?  Write them down, then journal on how awesome and amazing each of these imperfections are...

9.  Imagine your body could talk to you…what would it tell you it needs?  

10. What makes you unique?  Write about how awesome this makes you...

11. What limiting beliefs, negative self talk, and/or unfair expectations (on your body) can you let go of?  Write about those and what your life would look like after letting go of all of that…

12. Think back to when your ideas on your body started to shift (i.e. transitioning out of the little girl phase that never thought about her body to the teenager that was acutely aware of every tiny ‘flaw’)…write a letter to this younger self telling her that she was okay as she was and anything else you’d like her to know

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