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Ballerina Body

Misty Copeland
Ballerina Body

Taking care of your mind, body and soul is essential. Misty focuses on self care, self love and self respect.  Misty Copeland embraces true brains & beauty

“Rather than comparing yourself to photographs,” Copeland writes, “the only visage you need to focus on is the one that stares back at you from your own mirror.” There's illusions and superficiality that takes place and can damage one's self esteem through images and media. We must try our best not to be distracted nor manipulated by that and focus on taking good care of ourselves. One can be inspired by the beauty but not controlled.  “the body you’re in is perfect for you.” 




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