Accept your body.
Often we women, keep on cribbing about our body part/parts which we don't like. It might be our nose, or stomach or hips, or thighs and many a times we are ashamed of some of our body parts like underarms, or inner thigh areas or even our calf legs or toe fingers. And while we become mothers, the same cribbing increases to the extent that it escalates to our children.
Do the little ones deserve that ?
One can accept your body then only when you are convinced of what you have is the best.
Work on it but don't shy, accept it , love it.
Unless and until you love it and accept it, you will feel uncomfortable with what you wear and that will lead to low confidence on your appearance and also will reflect on your behavior.
So let us make a point to touch the body parts ( which we don't like) and say - I love you..
That touch should be given by using our palms - palms have the best healing powers .
And see the miracle that happens.
Accept your body and love it to the core.
Let's believe in the Kurkure Slogan - Teda hai , par mera hai.
Riddhi Doshi trains and coaches corporate leaders, educators and parents on issues of mental health and behavior. She is an internationally certified Parenting & Behaviour Coach. In past 15+ years she has conducted 2540+ open workshops, delivered 87000+ hours of talks, 53000+ hours of counseling sessions covering 59000+ students and 62,000+ women from various fields. Parenting sessions conducted by Riddhi are housefull and recent;y she completed her 366th Parenting session. She has been a speaker and advisor at various institutions and organizations including IIM, Ahmedabad, Rotary Club, Tata Power, Larson & Toubro and The Time of India. She holds an MBA in HRD, LLM and numerous other professional certifications from prestigious international institutions including University of Cambridge, BSY University, London, City & Guilds, London, Tata Institute of Social Sciences and NMIMS, Mumbai. She has been awarded with “National Award for Cultural Activities by AVANTIKA- Delhi”, “Excellence in Wellness”, “Young Entrepreneurs Award”, “Self Made Diva Award” among various others. With a mission to “make corporate leaders, educators and parents empowered and more aware about mental health & wellness”, Riddhi regularly gives interviews on leading media platforms. She loves to interact with corporate leaders, educators and parents to discuss about women issues, child psychology and parenting challenges.