“Let us give grace to each other and to ourselves!”

“Let us give grace to each other and to ourselves!”

  • Melissa Joan Hart shared a Instagram post featuring an old paparazzi photo that was used to shame him.
  • In the caption, she expressed anger at the paparazzi for using the photo to make her appear “heavier than [she] was in fact.
  • “Let’s keep giving grace to ourselves AND OURSELVES,” she tells her followers, “to be who we are and who we want/need to be!”

    Melissa Joan Hart, 46, took to Instagram over the weekend to share a photo of her taken by paparazzi in 2008 on the beach in Malibu, which was later used to shame her about her weight. The ‘horrifying’ photo, taken just three weeks after Hart has given birth to her second child, Brayden, made the cover of People like Hart’s “before” picture weightloss transformation.

    Hart shared a photo of herself alongside her children and husband, Mark Wilkerson, from the same day, with the People cover and a close-up of the photo in question with his Instagram followers.

    She captioned the post with her own comment on the use of unflattering photos to shame people in the media and a message from body positivity for his supporters.

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    “I just found this photo the paparazzi took of me on the beach in Malibu when I was three weeks away from having baby Brady. If you drag the photo over it, you’ll see the photo they use on gossip magazine cover to make people think I was heavier than I actually was,” she wrote. not my appearance here.”

    The message resonated with many fans of the Sabrina the Teenage Witch star, who commented with their support. “I remember when this magazine came out and I was so annoyed,” wrote one commentator, “the fact that they had the audacity to use the word ‘horrifying’ to describe a photo of an actual human being Three weeks into having a baby, thriving and absolutely gorgeous as always; should be praised, not used in a negative way. “I could never handle the pressure and ignorance of being recognized like this,” adds another, “You look beautiful no matter what.”

    Hart left her followers with a hopeful message of kindness and body positivity. “I feel like the pendulum is swinging right now for people to gain and lose weight without a lot of hate being spewed out,” she wrote.

    Women in particular, have a long history of public shaming for their weight, and we love Hart’s use of his platform to draw attention to the issue and spread compassion towards others who receive hate for their looks. . In Hart’s words, “Let’s keep giving each other AND OURSELVES the grace to be who we are and want/need to be!” #YouDoYou #LovemyCurves”

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