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Bea Alonzo Has The Best Advice For Dealing With Body Shamers

Deflect the ~negative~ energy.
Bea Alonzo Has the Most Empowering Advice for Dealing with Body Shamers
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Being in the limelight for more than two decades, Bea Alonzo has learned a thing or two about dealing with unsolicited comments—especially ones about her body. She's been through it all: being tagged as "fat" growing up, struggling with weight loss at a young age, and with the rise of social media, being body shamed online.

Fortunately, with experience comes wisdom, and the 34-year-old Kapuso actress now has sage advice for people facing the same thing.

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"I'm sure ang daming nakaka-experience nito [body shaming]. I, for one, I am experiencing this every single day," she said in a vlog.

"Pag nagpost ako sa Instagram, there are people pa rin who would body shame me consistently, and wala, siguro I've come to realize that you have to love your body and yourself first, para made-deflect mo na 'yung negative energy."

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Bea then adds that if you want to make changes to your body, "it should be for you."

The actress explains, "You should work out for yourself and for your health first, and then 'yung results and 'yung output will come after. You should embrace your own skin, your own body, your curves, and all the flaws to be able to give love to others and be able to present yourself in the best way that you can."

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And yes, Bea practices what she preaches. In 2019, she confidently shared a bikini photo on Instagram after avoiding doing so for years.

"I want to forget about how I hated myself for being 'fat' in other people’s eyes and just remember the things that I love about my body," she wrote on the post.

"It’s the only body that I am blessed with and I am thankful for my health because I get to do the things that make me happy."

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So inspiring, Bea!

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