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  • People always tell me that the best time in their lives were their university days. Sadly it wasn't the case for me. I wasn't happy with what I was studying, and I hated school. Growing up I was always different and misunderstood. I always tried to fit in, and changed myself to please people. However none of it worked. I was used to negative comments and judgement from people. My self-esteem and confidence hit rock bottom. I hit the gym Everyday so I could look and feel better but it was futile because deep inside I wasn't happy with life at all. I was undergoing a lot of stress and being a fitness instructor, I was more vulnerable to negative criticisms. It almost made me give up on the things I believed in. 
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Looking back at where I was for many years, I'm happy to have underdone those challenges because It led me to where I am with myself. It took me a long time but I made peace with my own body and focused on always looking at the positive things- which was very hard. I trained my mind to do so and even though you guys might feel that I exude confidence, I sometimes still struggle to find it but I've learnt how to accept compliments and that has made me a more positive person :)
  • For many years I struggled with how I looked and it affected my confidence a lot. No bfs at all ๐Ÿ˜ญ I was exercising every single day until I got so exhausted but it didn't get me the results I wanted. I just wanted to hide at home because people kept making fun of me. (So bad ๐Ÿ˜ก)
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SO WHAT HAS CHANGED?
I learnt how to stop controlling my life. I was very tired of over-doing things and I just gave up. I stopped over-exercising and now, I stop when my body tells me to. I rest when I'm tired and I push myself a little more when I feel good. Tbh I have phobia in exercising!!
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People thought I ate nothing but friends who have known me since forever know that my love for food hasn't changed a bit, and I actually eat way more than I should, especially when it comes to chocolate and desserts. Am I afraid to get fat? No. What I do is always a conscious decision and when I wanna indulge, I just do so.
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I changed my mentality about working out.
I just wanna enjoy my workout, have lots of energy, and be happy! Looking good is a bonus. Feeling good is the most important thing I wanna achieve. Of cos now because of the way I look I'm more confident, and hence happier.
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Learning how to let go of things that didn't serve me a purpose taught me a big lesson in life. It wasn't easy but I did it and if it shows that nothing is impossible in life.
  • Same Same but Different
On the left is a girl who was unhappy about everything in her life although and on the right is someone who is finally happy with where she is at in her life right now.
My body really doesn't react well with stress and unhappiness. I can be exercising every single day and watching my diet but the cortisol in my body will always get the better of me. I hardly smiled for the camera because it was so difficult for me to smile and try to hide all the pain I was feeling inside me. For almost 5 years I felt so lost and helpless and I had no one to listen to what I was going through. 
5 years later, I'm finally smiling.. smiling because I genuinely feel happy and don't I look happy too?
  • If you look at me right now in my life, you might probably think that I've always been fit and strong. A little bit more about myself: I'm a full-time Yoga Instructor and have been teaching since 2010. I think I'm really fortunate to be able to find my passion and purpose in life that's why I feel happy, and it shows from the inside as well. People say that I exude confidence and I look amazing but behind the smile lies someone who was deeply hurt.... hurt by insensitive comments from people who made fun of my weight and how they didn't believe that I was a Yoga and Fitness instructor.
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Hello everyone! I'm Roxanne @roxanne_yoga
Some of you might think I look familiar and that's because I've appeared in @rockthenakedtruthsg a few times sharing about my experiences and struggles with my body image. I'm taking over the page in the next two days to talk about my story. 
Stay tuned!!!
  • Let's all grow upward. ๐Ÿ˜‰ #rockthenakedtruth #loveyourselfeveryday #loveyourself #youarebeautiful #iambeautiful #bodyconfidence #beingyou #selfconfidence #motivation #inspiration #rockfam #behappy #happiness
  • Tinee Dino (@tineedino) stored his cookies out of sight so he wouldn't be tempted. He kept a couple in the fridge just in case.
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This illustration is available to purchase! Send us a message to enquire further on how you can have this on a hand-drawn card. #rockthenakedtruth #tineedino #loveyourselfeveryday #loveyourself #youarebeautiful #iambeautiful #bodyconfidence #beingyou #selfconfidence #motivation #inspiration #rockfam
  • We kicked off our series of tri workshops today with a How To Get Started talk! Check www.rockthenakedtruth.com/rocktridevprog2017 for details of our other workshops and join us!! #rockthenakedtruth #rocktri

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