When I was a child I was genetically big and chubby and I believed I was beautiful I was confident until the taunts and comments started dropping in soon I gave up on the idea of finding any sense of achievement in my beauty I kept reading to make some academic achievement I knew I wasn t a quitter I looked at myself and promised my self good health and self love that day I joined sports went on to play as a soft ball as a state level player Once a girl complimented me and said that I look like an athlete with a sportsperson s glow on my face I knew then that what I was representing was health and that was real beauty I carried my weight and my body with great pride My body stood by my side through all those late hours of studies and PhD thesis writing Whatever I am today I owe so much of it to my body how can I not love it back Dr Nancy is an assistant professor in political science at Delhi University

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"When I was a child, I was genetically big and chubby and I believed I was beautiful. I was confident until the taunts and comments started dropping in; soon I gave up on the idea of finding any sense of achievement in my beauty. I kept reading to make some academic achievement. I knew I wasn't a quitter; I looked at myself and promised my self good health and self love that day. I joined sports, went on to play as a soft ball as a state level player. Once a girl complimented me and said that I look like an athlete with a sportsperson's glow on my face. I knew then that what I was representing was health and that was real beauty. I carried my weight and my body with great pride. My body stood by my side through all those late hours of studies and PhD thesis writing. Whatever I am today I owe so much of it to my body; how can I not love it back. “

Dr. Nancy is an assistant professor in political science at Delhi University. #MondayMotivation

"When I was a child, I was genetically big and chubby and I believed I was beautiful. I was confident until the taunts and comments started dropping in; soon I gave up on the idea of finding any sense of achievement in my beauty. I kept reading to make some academic achievement. I knew I wasn't a quitter; I looked at myself and promised my self good health and self love that day. I joined sports, went on to play as a soft ball as a state level player. Once a girl complimented me and said that I look like an athlete with a sportsperson's glow on my face. I knew then that what I was representing was health and that was real beauty. I carried my weight and my body with great pride. My body stood by my side through all those late hours of studies and PhD thesis writing. Whatever I am today I owe so much of it to my body; how can I not love it back. “ Dr. Nancy is an assistant professor in political science at Delhi University. #MondayMotivation

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