Kylie Padilla Shares Her Own Battle Against Insecurities After Giving Birth

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Kylie Padilla shares her own story about the insecurities she had after giving birth to her son Alas with partner Aljur Abrenica.

There are a lot of female celebrities who after giving birth face the dilemma of how to get back in shape and Kylie Padilla is one of them.

She, just like other mothers, gained weight during pregnancy and it even reaches several months after she gave birth to her son Alas with partner Aljur Abrenica.

Kylie Padilla
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It may not be openly said to the public but there are those who felt insecure for gaining weight and trying to digest the fact that it is hard to go back in shape.

On her recent Instagram post, the actress shared the story of her battle against insecurities. She admitted that indeed she felt that way in some point of her life now that she is a mother.

Kylie Padilla knows for a fact that losing weight and attain once again the figure that she has before is not easy and it will require hard work from her.

On the other hand, she is looking on the brighter side as she accepts the new chapter in her life.

She shared this wonderful realization:

“I have a goal, I have an image of who I want to be but these little things, these little imperfections teach me to appreciate what may not be beautiful to society, but beautiful because they are battle scars of how my body sacrificed it’s youth and tightness for housing a little miracle, little baby Alas.”

Lets get some truths out there. * there is a great deal of insecurity once a woman goes through pregnancy. I just wanted to say. I suffer from this because what human doesn’t but I also wanted to articulate how empowering it is to discover your strengths as a woman, all over again with the intention of getting to know yourself, not to prove anything but to discover that maybe this is who you were all along. Getting back into shape for example, is no effing walk in the park. I feel heavier, I am slower than I used to be and my stomach, no matter how much pain or how much I push myself is flabby from carrying and creating my baby. I have a goal, I have an image of who I want to be but these little things, these little imperfections teach me to appreciate what may not be beautiful to society, but beautiful because they are battle scars of how my body sacrificed it’s youth and tightness for housing a little miracle, little baby Alas. All it takes now is determination and a battle with the mind to never let these insecurities become you. After all as I always say, you are more than your physical attributes but you must always strive to be better healthier and (sana) wiser and grow as a human being. Mentally, spiritually and physically. knp *

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