As women, our bodies are pretty powerful.
They fight diseases, get us from A to B, let us enjoy delicious meals, and even create life.
It's really a no-brainer. Our bodies are constantly working to keep us alive and we should love them as such. But, despite it all, our relationship with our bodies is still pretty complicated, at every age and stage.
So we asked three women to tell us about their relationships with their bodies at different points of life.
What influenced you to see your body as more than a vessel to 'do life' in? How has it changed? And what made you love it?
Here's what they had to say.
Ever since I can remember, my boobs have always changed sizes.
When I was about 19, I went on the pill and they grew - A LOT. All of a sudden I had massive boobs and no idea what to do with them.
Fast forward almost 10 years and they’ve changed a fair bit.
About a year ago I went off the pill, and kind of forgot that my boobs had grown so much when I first went on it. It had been a long time, so surely my boobs would stay the same? I was very wrong!
I dropped almost 3 bra sizes - from a 10E to a 10C in 6 months. Which left me very confused, and also on the hunt for new comfortable bras to fit my new, smaller sized boobs.
When the opportunity came to trial Triumph bras - I was very keen, as I’ve been constantly searching for new comfortable bras that I can wear under everything.
I prefer wire free, but they still need to have support and fit well. I’ve tried sooo many different brands but have found it hard to find the perfect fit.
Then I tried the Amourette Charm Wirefree Bra, and I’m not lying when I say it’s PERFECT.