The world has changed dramatically as a result of the effect of social media and how people’s lives have changed as a result of it. Social media has provided people with specific norms that they have constructed and embraced. Some have proven to be valuable, while others have created nothing but problems.

Body shaming is one of the most heinous things to emerge as a result of social media impact. People strive to appear more and more ‘perfect,’ while ordinary bodies are considered shameful. This has caused a lot of people to feel horrible about themselves and has resulted in a lot of negative stress, insecurities, and problems. This was a tragic incident prior to the appearance of the body acceptance trend.

Body positivity emerged as a trend in which people learned to appreciate themselves for who they are and how they look. However, there is still a lot of body shaming and remnants of old toxic beliefs on the internet. So inspirational people step up to remind you that you don’t have to be perfect by seeking an unattainable body. No one could convey the message more effectively than an Instagram influencer who is well-known across various social media platforms. Meet Bree Lenehan, who is known for her fitness and used her social media presence to spread her message.

She was quite inspiring because she released a comparison photo of a photo of what she typically shares and her real figure a few seconds apart. These morphing photographs demonstrate that even well-known persons, such as Bree, have a distinct physical appearance. It’s all about posing and angles.

Every Monday, she submitted a photo, starting her own trend called “Real Me Monday.” These posts have inspired many people to have a good attitude toward their bodies. So we decided to help her cause by posting a collection of images she posted. Scroll down to take a look at them and let us know what you think. Visit Bree by clicking on the links below.































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