Your are Never Enough! Body Goals & Toxic Beauty Standards – Video

If you feel like you are never enough when it comes to body beauty standards, you are not alone. The pressure to achieve that perfect size can take a toll and affect your self esteem and mental health if you let it. Television, social media and magazines constantly remind us of what’s considered beautiful. They remind us of our short comings. Diet culture, plastic surgery trends and the ever evolving exercise craze are consistently thrown in our faces. Constant reminders of these unachievable body goals can take a toll. However, always keep in mind… Not everything you see is real. In a world where ‘fake’ is becoming the norm, remind yourself often of what is real!!!!

The Affect Of Media On Body Goals

The concept of getting the perfect body has come to be deeply ingrained in our society, leading many people to broaden unrealistic expectations and have interaction in unhealthy behaviors to achieve those goals. People compare themselves to unrealistic beauty standards and resort to drastic measures to achieve a certain look.

The media plays a considerable role in shaping our notion of beauty and body ideals. Advertisements, magazines, and especially social media regularly show airbrushed and edited pics, developing an unimaginable trendy of beauty. The consistent exposure to these images can result in feelings of inadequacy and dissatisfaction with one’s own body, fueling the choice to comply to these unrealistic beliefs. This is one of the reasons why I made this video. The pressures put on women to look a certain way is extreme and frankly, tiring. Women come in all shapes and sizes, and although we see to know and realize this, there is still a great part of society that doesn’t see it that way.

Psychological results of Unrealistic Body goals

As you can imagine, if you are overly concerned about not having that ideal figure, it can take a toll on your self-esteem and your mental health. I’m not talking about a normal concern about looking your best. Everyone has things they are not happy with. I’m talking about when it consumes your mind constantly and is having an effect on your everyday life. To determine whether you are overly worried about your appearance, evaluate yourself to determine whether you have unrealistic standards. Look at photos of yourself and determine how you perceive your personal beauty. If your self-image is negative, it can have a unfavorable impact on relationships, non-public development, and overall happiness.

Promoting a healthy body Image

To combat a negative self image, shift your point of interest from unrealistic body desires to promoting a healthful body image. Rather than obsessing about reaching impossible standards, emphasize the significance of being healthy and just taking good care of yourself. Additionally, try to embrace variety and celebrate individuality. There is no one like you! You are unique and original, and perfect just the way you are. Highlight your strengths and focus on positive attributes. What are personal achievements you are proud of? What special abilities and traits do you have? All too often, people focus on the negatives, while there are so many positives that are being overlooked.

Surround Yourself With Positive People

Surrounding yourself with negative people who are constantly criticizing you is not going to do anything for your self-confidence and self esteem. Aim to have people around you that will lift you up. When you are down and speaking negatively about yourself, you want people around you who will tell you that you are wrong. Sometimes the people you think are your friends are the ones putting you down. Evaluate those around you and determine who your real friends are.

Significance of Good Role models

Positive role models play a sizable function in reshaping beauty requirements. Find influencers, celebrities, and public figures who encourage body positivity. As an influencer myself, and having a modeling background, I know of the pressures that society can put on women. There are many easy tricks and tips you can follow that can help you look your best without having to resort to desperate measures.


Q: How can I enhance my body?
A: attention on self-care, surround yourself with fine impacts, and assignment terrible thoughts about your body. Are seeking for help from cherished ones or specialists if wanted.

Q: Are body desires inherently bad?
A: body dreams themselves are not necessarily awful, however after they end up unrealistic and negatively effect intellectual and bodily health, they can be harmful.

Q: Can social media contribute to body acceptance?
A: yes, social media may be a platform for frame positivity and empowerment whilst used to show off numerous bodies and sell self-acceptance.

Q: How can we encourage body positivity?
A: engage in open discussions, assist inclusive campaigns, and assignment splendor requirements. Inspire self-love and attractiveness of all body types.

Q: What can parents do to promote a wholesome body image in their kids?
A: inspire open communication, train media literacy, and be conscious of your kids development when it comes to body image. Be a good role model for your kids.

About the video – all about beauty standards

Beauty standards differ all around the world. As a result, what is perceived to be ugly in one part of the world is considered beautiful in another part. If you try to keep up with these beauty standards, you might find it to be difficult, if not impossible. After all, trends constantly change. A few years back, lip implants and lip filler were all the rage. At the present time, he BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift) has taken over. Who knows what the trend will be in a few years from now.

All in all, the pressure to meet unattainable beauty standards can be dangerous. Think about it… What do you do when you’ve changed your body with surgeries to look a certain way. Then after a while, new ideals are presented and you have to reassess your surgeries to try to meet the new beauty standards. It’s a vicious cycle that can seriously take a toll.

Celebrity Culture and it’s Toxic Influence

Celebrity culture only emphasizes beauty standards. Look at pictures of your favorite singers and actors. They look perfect and almost non-human. Perfect skin, perfect hair, perfect bodies, perfect everything. Perception is really deceptive because things like photoshop, filters and editing are not disclosed. Photos of celebrities are often heavily altered, yet there is never a disclosure stating this. Therefore, readers are left to think that what they see is real.

Initially, I hope this video opens your eye about what’s real and what’s fake. Secondly, I hope your realize that you are beautiful just the way you are.

Tip: If you want to look better, don’t resort to extreme measures. Instead, follow some easy tips and tricks to instantly look better. For some tips and trick, check out my blog post on easy methods you can use.


All in all, the pursuit of the perfect body creates a surrounding that perpetuates lack of confidence, dissatisfaction, and unrealistic expectancies. It is essential to shift the narrative in the direction of selling a healthy body picture, embracing variety, and building self-esteem. Ultimately, we need to start showcasing a diverse variety of bodies types, so that we can start to shift the perception of what is beautiful and we learn to love and accept ourselves just the way we are.

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How do you feel about impossible beauty standards being thrown in our faces? Do you feel like it impacts your life or mental wellbeing? Sound off below.


  1. I completely agree that striving for the unachievable is not good for us. It doesn’t hurt to have body goals and strive to be healthy, but it should be for the right reasons, not just to look like someone else.

    1. I so agree with you. Well said!

  2. Stephanie says:

    The information in this article is important to understand for all of us who may have a negative body image – especially helpful to the young women in today’s society.

  3. Beth says:

    That’s why I choose the people I follow on social media. I only follow who promote a healthy body image.

  4. Beeb says:

    Yes to all of these. Surrounding yourself with positive and with the right people is the way.

  5. This is so true. We can never achieve these unattainable standards that are so unrealistic. I have never wanted to try to conform to these kinds of standards!

  6. Social media has created an unhealthy “norm” for how people are supposed to look, act and live. It’s important to remember that social media is a highlight reel.

    1. So very true. Everything on social media looks too good to be true, including the bodies. Would be so nice if people just focus on what is real rather than what they wish they looked like.

  7. You are so right – there is so much pressure to achieve that perfect size in society. The older I get the more accepting I am of my own self. I love your tips on pursuing better mental well-being and acceptance.

    1. Getting older made me be ‘nicer’ to myself also. There’s always going to be something we don’t like, so we should just focus on what we do like.

  8. Ooohhhh….thank you for this education, Kimberly! No woman should have to go through the toxicity that comes with the unrealistic beauty standards of these days.

  9. Zab Zaria says:

    The information you provided is beneficial. Thanks for sharing it with me.

  10. I really appreciate your article on body goals and toxic beauty standards. It’s an important topic to address, and you did a great job highlighting the negative impact these standards can have on individuals. Your insights and message of self-acceptance are truly empowering. Thank you for sharing this valuable perspective!

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