This is such a taboo subject, but I'm going to talk about it anyway. I don't expect to say it all right, but because it's my opinion it really can't be wrong.
Let me preface this post by stating that, I just want to say that we should all accept ourselves; love ourselves exactly as we are. Right now. Today. As this very moment. Period, as in end of the sentence.
The definition of body shaming is the practice of making critical, potentially humiliating comments about a person's body size or weight.
Oddly, most of us do it to ourselves more than we would ever judge another person's size or weight. Am I right? We are far more critical of ourselves than we are of others. Most people don't even notice whatever it is that we believe brings us the shame.
Some of us never seem to get rid of the shame in this lifetime, and some of us find out just how much time we've wasted being concerned about the superficialities in life when we become a "PARticular"...