Chica decidió mostrarse t como es, con celulitis y grasa – para demostrar que todas las mujeres son bellas

Desgraciadamente, vivimos en una sociedad donde en muchas ocasiones a las mujeres se las valora más por su belleza que por su inteligencia. Desde muy pequeñas a las mujeres se nos condiciona para que seamos “bonitas” y nuestra apariencia y forma física se convierten en una auténtica obsesión.

Ese era el caso de Ariella Nyssa, una chica de 21 años que estaba tremendamente acomplejada por la celulitis de su cuerpo. Sin embargo, un día decidió que no podía vivir esclavizada por el juicio de los demás sobre su cuerpo así que decidió rendirle batalla… A través de su cuenta de Instagram.

Ariella Nyssa estaba acomplejadoa por cada gramo extra de grasa de su cuerpo y sobre todo por la celulitis que tiene sobre todo en la zona de las piernas.

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Over the last few months I have really had to push myself to look past negativity. I’ve had to think about WHY I love my body. WHY I choose to look past what society deems as “flaws”. My cellulite is definitely something I have had to really learn to love in this stage. People saying things like “you look like an old women”, “your ass is disgusting”, “you are trying to make people think it’s okay to be unhealthy”. I realised that MY opinion is the only relevant and important one. If I love my body then who’s to say it’s ugly? Who’s to say it’s not beautiful? Who’s to say I’m unhealthy when they don’t live my life. They don’t see what I consume nor how active I am. YOU are the only person that defines your beauty. YOU are the only person who can strive for happiness and for love. YOU are the only person who can IGNORE the hate, IGNORE the bad in the world and look for LIGHT. I will continue to post my cellulite because I think it’s beautiful. It’s apart of me. It’s something I cannot change nor WANT to change. I will continue to be the best version I can of myself. I will continue to promote LOVING EVERY PART OF YOURSELF. Regardless of what anyone says ! Because beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And that beholder is first and foremost, ME ❤️

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Durante mucho tiempo trató de ocultarlo por vergüenza, pero un día decidió que debía aceptarse a sí misma y amar a su cuerpo.

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WOW 200k! I’m honestly still in shock at how many of you beautiful people are following my journey. It’s been a roller coaster of emotions this last month. I’ve recieved so much love from so many people around the world! And with that comes hurtful comments and people aswell ?????? My self love is becoming so much stronger as I ignore the haters and encourage myself to keep going. That I’m still beautiful on the inside and out! I read a comment today that said “wear long shorts !! “ or “dress for your body”!! I’m getting to the point now where I believe my body is beautiful no matter what angle, no matter what I wear and no matter what day it is! ??And that is so crazy for me. My whole life I’ve never believed in myself, I’ve never believed in my beauty and now I finally see it. My body looks beautiful in swimmers, it looks beautiful in clothing. It looks beautiful all the god damn time and so does YOURS! ?I’m thankful for my cellulite, I’m thankful for my body shape, I’m thankful for my heart and my compassion and I’m thankful for my positivity and determination no matter what comes my way!!! BELIEVE IN YOURSELF ! It will take you to places you have never dreamed possible ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Desde luego no fue fácil dar el paso, pero una vez empezó a exponer abiertamente sus formas en su cuenta de Instagram.

En su cuenta muestra su cuerpo tal como es, sin esconder absolutamente nada. Es una forma de reivindicar que su cuerpo es tan bello como los demás, y que amarse a si misma no depende de lo que los demás juzguen como bello.

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It’s photos just like this one that I used to over analyse and despise. Negative thoughts about my physical beauty would run around and around in my head until I was mentally and emotionally drained. I would starve myself, I would constantly diet and I would HATE what my reflection entailed. I finally realised that HATING what society deemed “unattractive” was pushing me further and further into a deep hole of depression, anxiety and misery. By who’s standard are these things deemed not beautiful? Why should I live in fear of my body, one that is so unique and deserves to be loved. I encourage you today. BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF LOVING YOUR “FLAWS”. At first it will feel so weird but TRUST ME. Once you start to appreciate and embrace those stretch marks, that cellulite, those lumps and bumps, that tub. Only then will you see how beautiful life can be. You will be unstoppable. An amazing force of LOVE! Go and buy that bikini you have wanted, wear that outfit that you thought would make your love handles stand out. BELIEVE IN YOUR BEAUTY. Your body deserves to be loved by you ❤️

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Su ejemplo ha causado furor y su cuenta de Instagram ya cuenta con más de 250.000 seguidores que siguen las publicaciones de sus fotos, en las que se muestra muchas veces en bikini.

Sé que para muchas será difícil, pero todas deberíamos seguir el ejemplo de Ariella y dejar que nos digan que nuestro cuerpo no es bello por no responder a los cánones de belleza del momento. ¡También decir alto y claro a la sociedad que nuestra valía no reside en nuestro físico y que todas somos bellas!

¡Ariella es una mujer fantástica y espero que pueda inspirar a muchas más mujeres por el mundo a amarase a sí mismas!