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So follow them on social media and let their uplifting posts and inspiring projects motivate you to show yourself love and acceptance today—and every day. Magazine cover star Candice Huffine never let anyone stop her from following her dreams—first to become a model and later, a marathon finisher.

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Be patient. Be thankful. Be grateful. Set goals.

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Challenge your limits. Step outside of your comfort zone. Explore what your body is capable of and prepare to be amazed!

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Featured as a body-positive advocate across many outlets, yoga instructor and writer Jessamyn Stanley preaches the freedom to embrace yourself in full. Yoga gives a woman the potential to remember who she actually is—to look within herself for the strength which society actively and willfully seeks to pry from her grasp. Wellness coach, dancer, and SoulCycle instructor Jenny Gaither works every day to help build confidence in women everywhere. She used to avoid cooking and lived off frozen pizzas, instant noodle soups, and eggs.

But she started making meals at home and decided to share her tricks with the world via her blog, Ana Goes Fit. Men carry a body-positive message too, and Zach Miko does it with a smile.

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The first brawn model for IMG Models, he tells Verywell that confidence means focusing on the present. Love every muscle, every roll, every curve. Professional runner Allie Kieffer scored a personal best in the New York City Marathon, shaving 26 minutes off her time—and snagging fifth place. After getting slack for her size, Kieffer has become a strong advocate for ignoring the idea that you have to be a certain weight to be a strong runner. Love yourself for the things your body does for you instead of the way it looks. She started a makeup-free movement in when she stopped wearing any cosmetics for her public appearances.

And it definitely made an impact, garnering tons of media attention. Confidence and assuredness of self give us the tools we need to keep on keeping on, to live life as fully as we can, and recognize all we have to offer. Londoner Em Ford started blogging inand after developing adult acne about a year later, she began posting makeup tutorials along with makeup-free photos on social media and on YouTube under her same blog name, My Pale Skin.

Her send-off message? Even yourself.

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Gigi Gorgeous is Canadian YouTube sensation Giselle Loren Lazzarato Getty, who started out posting makeup and beauty tutorials but found fame chronicling her gender transition. She's known for captioning her posts with simple gems like "I am human. Tatyana McFadden has snagged 17 medals seven gold! Plus, she won the Boston Marathon. Born with spina bifida, she wanted to race with her high school track mates. Her lawsuit to earn that right led to a disabilities act in Maryland that now requires schools to allow students with disabilities to compete in interscholastic athletics. Jameela Jamil is the British actor, writer, and activist behind the hugely popular Instagram I Weigh.

Inspired by her own journey overcoming anorexia, hearing loss, and a variety of debilitating accidents and health issues in her youth and young adulthood, Jamil encourages everyone to see their true beauty and worth. Her I Weigh posts speak from the heart: "Real self-love is not loving every inch of yourself. It's knowing you are so much more. Fit influencers and founders of the Brave Body ProjectLindsey Clayton and Amber Rees wanted to bring solid workouts with a realistic exercise approach to the masses.

They believe in the balance between smoothies, sweat, pizza, and even booze. They spread confidence to everyone they come across, particularly through physical activity and being thankful for a body that can move. Work out because you want to be the best version of you.

Work out because it's fun. The will follow, I promise. As a body confidence coach, Michelle Elman knows all about ways to raise self-esteem. She often posts messages and facts on fat on her Instagramscarrednotscared to inspire others. After getting bacterial meningitis, Amy Purdy lost both her legs at age But that never stopped her from taking big steps forward.

But she always finds a silver lining, a few of which she features with disabledandcute. And she encourages clients to simply listen to their bodies. After countless trips to the mall left him empty-handed thanks to the lack of sizes, Bruce Sturgell decided to start Chubstra site that features style finds for plus-size men. To him, body positivity is simply about loving yourself. This yoga instructor has a fullincluding podcaster for Free Cookers, author of "Aim True," recipe writer, and teacher for Yoga Glo.

But something else she should add: self-love advocate. In a recent Instagram postshe wrote a letter to her younger self about realizing her own beauty. Singer, songwriter, and Grammy winner, Kelly Clarkson is no stranger to comments about her body.

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Founder of the Plus Is Diverse CampaignOlakemi fights for the representation of different races in the plus-size community to help promote diversity of all kinds. Jess Weiner has been helping change beauty standards, one effective campaign at a time.

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In addition to producing an ebook on confidence and sharing positive social media posts, Allison Kimmey is also the founder of the non-profit Girlphoriacreated to empower young women. To me, body positivity gives those living in marginalized bodies an opportunity to see that they are not alone, and to encourage them to take up space and to step into who they truly are.

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Trainer, fitness model, and editor Tamara Pridgett is real. She exudes confidence in both the way she carries herself and the way presents herself. She speaks her mind and she knows who she is, and that makes her one to follow. Someone who's direct.

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Slightly awkward. And most importantly, someone who's confident with who they are. So if that intimidates you, I'm not sorry. Shay Neary was the first transgender plus-size model to land a major fashion campaign for Coverstory. All the parts that make me, the person I am today, are cumulative.

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They are layers of work, time, abuse, self-awareness, body image issuesself-love, and insecurity. Each lesson Blogger, brawn model, and founder of Confessions of a Binge EaterRyan Sheldon openly talks about his binge eating disorder and how it has affected his life.

His goal is to take the stigma away to help others heal—his secret to more self-confidence, too. Ashley Grahamthe first size model to land on the cover of Sports Illustratedis always up for discussing how to build confidence and celebrating diversity in women. Her latest campaign for Swimsuits for All promotes unedited photos and encourages women of all shapes and sizes to get into a suit—and feel confident doing it.

Instead, this dietitian is all about creating healthy habits, enjoying life, and just being kind to your body—which is why she wrote " Body Kindness. Everyone deserves to feel a positive connection with their body.

Stephanie Yeboah started Nerd About Town as a beauty blog. Though her first love was fashion, she initially lacked the self-confidence to post about her own style.

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Today, she regularly shares style posts, and how she picks herself up from self-confidence slumps. Growing up, Rachel Spencer dealt with body image issues, always comparing herself to others and having a strong desire to be someone else.

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But when she found a body-positive community on Instagram, it turned her life around. So as your body begins to change, just remind yourself to let go.

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