Nobody's validation is worth lowering your value for. This life we have been gifted with, is far too short to be spent on chasing things and people that do not belong in our lives. You deserve the love you give. The peace is within you. Always has been, always will be. We often get so caught up in trying to 'look happy', that we actually forget to simply be happy. The pursuit of worldly happiness often revolves around ideas other people have created for us, which we then project onto ourselves and use to convince ourselves that we just aren't doing 'well enough'.
The year old has launched a body positivity campaign on social media to reassure other women their bodies are fine the way they are. The aspiring radio show host, from London, has revealed that there is too much of a burden on youngsters to live up to unrealistic expectations. Real Life. By Callum Hoare. Video Loading Video Unavailable.
A BRAVE blogger posts pictures of her 'saggy boobs' to challenge the constant flood of media-friendly 'perfect breasts'. Chidera Eggerue, 23, launched the SaggyBoobsMatter campaign on social media in a victory for real boobs. The London-based Instagrammer, who has 51, followers, posts snaps of her braless after admitting she was hugely body conscious as a young girl. The aspiring radio star has won praise for her brave stance on the female form - but admits she still is targeted by body-shaming trolls. Her hashtag swept Instagram and Twitter, and got plenty of applause from women sick of media-ready boobs.
The irony is that Eggerue, long made to feel self-conscious about her appearance, once saved money for a breast augmentation. Calling her work within this 21st century movement a success would be an understatement. Raised by Nigerian parents in Peckham—home to the largest community of Nigerians in the U.