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A few days ago, I woke up with a heavy, sinking feeling about myself. My first thought was to completely de-activate my Instagram handle because the toxicity of social media was overbearing and personally suffocating.
My feed features people who wear filters as their identity. Often, carefully curated feeds are highly favored over the life-filled photo-dump Instagram (which it was, originally) and likes became the currency of the social media app. Influencers do heavily post about the expensive products and merchandise they endorse and this only heightens the fact that that life is not supposed to be highlighted. It also became a nagging chore to constantly check on your phone for updates.
Soon, self-esteem within the boundaries of social media was something I ruminated on. I thought about the mothers whose loving birthing pains have permanently altered their bodies and the medical patients (like myself) who carry scars as a testimony to the times when our bodies gave up but our spirits kept fighting. People do have dark eye bags from exhaustion and worn-out hands from doing house-hold chores and working endlessly to make ends meet. People do have tummy rolls, uneven skin tones, asymmetrical faces, stretch marks, calloused fingers etc. and they are what makes us distinctly us. There are countless other examples of "non-perfect" body types/ facial features and more often than not, strongly owning the unique fingerprint that we are can be something that is hard to accept. But seriously, Instagram, I think it's the life that these marks hold that make us human and that is something we need to celebrate.
I have many issues with myself that have haunted me throughout the years (some are effects of the medication I take). To be completely honest, I have not come into terms with them but I hope that one day I'll learn to fully embrace myself.