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She Had The 'Perfect Body', But This Photo Caused An Uproar Worldwide

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S he asked a hundred women to describe their bodies in one word. Wobbly, imperfect, stumpy, short, frumpy, disgusting. These were the replies.That's when Taryn Brumfitt decided to convince every woman to give up body loathing and start loving her body instead. Here's more about her journey Source Facebook

Brumfitt was very hateful towards her 'imperfect body' at first.

Brumfitt was very hateful towards her 'imperfect body' at first.

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She would avoid going out with her family and loathe her figure instead.

She would avoid going out with her family and loathe her figure instead.
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She went into a weight lifting program and built a socially perfect body.

She went into a weight lifting program and built a socially perfect body.
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But still she wasn't happy with the results.

Brumfitt asked many a women what they thought about their bodies and the results shocked her.

Brumfitt asked many a women what they thought about their bodies and the results shocked her.
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That's when she decided to convince women to love their bodies, irrespective of their figures and sizes.

That's when she decided to convince women to love their bodies, irrespective of their figures and sizes.
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She is redefining 'Before and After' with her project, 'Body Image Movement'.

She is redefining 'Before and After' with her project, 'Body Image Movement'.
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She posted a 'before and after' photo of herself in May 2013 which was liked more than 3 million times. The surprising element was the 'before' photo which was from when Brumfitt was in a body building contest, and the 'after' was post birth.

She's working on a documentary right now.

She's working on a documentary right now.
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She has turned to KickStarter to fund her documentary that would hopefully inspire women to praise their bodies, no matter how they look like.

She was inspired by her daughter.

She was inspired by her daughter.
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Brumfitt was considering a boob job and a tummy tuck before, but when she thought about her daughter, her opinions changed. She writes on her website (bodyimagemovement.com), "How am I ever going to teach Mikaela to love her body as it is if her Mummy can't do the same? How am I ever going to encourage her to accept and love the parts of her body that she doesn't like without being a walking contradiction?"

Here's a small film on Taryn Brumfitt's journey:

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