Health Ashy Bines wants you to stop comparing yourself to others. There's just one problem.

00:16  13 september  2017
00:16  13 september  2017 Source:   Mamamia

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  Aussie woman exposes true extent of editing on Instagram with before-and-after photos. When scrolling through social media, it can be hard to work out what truths might be hiding behind all of those seemingly perfect images. Now, a swimwear entrepreneur from New South Wales, Karina Irby, has shared what really goes on in an average photo-editing process.

We all have been enticed by the urge to compare ourselves to others from time to time; after all, we like to feel like we’re contributing positively to the world as a species, and want to see how we measure up to others .

The real cure to jealousy and the way to stop comparing yourself to others is to become centered inside. Ultimately there is no such thing as inferiority or superiority. Everyone who tries to tell you otherwise is just ridiculous and has just disqualified him-/herself.

Ashy Bines is one of Australia’s most well-known fitness personalities.

Her 12 week clean eating program, known as the Ashy Bines Bikini Body Challenge, claims to give “every girl [the] chance to get the fabulous figure she always wanted.” With this philosophy, the 28-year-old mum-of-one has gradually built a following of close to a million women.

Bines’ popular social media accounts are typically focused on health and weight loss inspiration. A glance through her Instagram feed reveals countless quotes about fitness and hard work, as well as hundreds of photos showcasing her figure and active lifestyle.

Aussie woman exposes true extent of editing on Instagram with before-and-after photos.

  Aussie woman exposes true extent of editing on Instagram with before-and-after photos. When scrolling through social media, it can be hard to work out what truths might be hiding behind all of those seemingly perfect images. Now, a swimwear entrepreneur from New South Wales, Karina Irby, has shared what really goes on in an average photo-editing process.

Comparing yourself to others is an inevitable evil in life and yet an avoidable one . There ’ s nothing quite so gutting as having at last found a little confidence in your own talents, attractiveness or individuality, and then stumbling upon a person who seems to be everything you are, just better.

Here are just some of the reasons why you should stop comparing yourself to others It may sound like a cliché, but the truth is that there ’ s no one else out there who’s exactly like you .

But on Saturday, she shared a very different kind of message with her fans: she urged the women who follow her page to stop comparing themselves to others.

Since when is it a competition for who has it harder ? Or has it eaiser ? Who's luckier ? Skinnier ? More wealthy ? More tanned ? Better this or that? . SERIOUSLY over girls comparing their life's and bodies , diets, money and relationships with those they see on social media. . Firstly You think you may know these people you follow but hate to burst your bubble you really don't , so stop assuming because they post cute pics or bright fun pics that their life is perfect and they are happy 24/7 with no stress or drama. . WE ALL HAVE PROBLEMS : struggles and emotions every day. Stop thinking you have it the worst and everyone else is blitzing their way through life. Stop assuming, judging and critiquing everyone's life's and put your energy into YOURS. Being the best YOU. Helping others and living and loving YOUR life. Get back into being grateful for what you do have instead of focusing on what you don't have. . #rantover

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