Nia Jax Shares Bathing Suit Photo With Long Statement

Nia Jax Shares Bathing Suit Photo With Long Statement

Nia Jax posted the following bathing suit photo and statement on her Instagram account:

Posting a picture of myself in a bathing suit is VERY hard for me. I have never been one to show off too much skin, and it’s not just because I’m a larger woman. After this amazing #Wrestlemania weekend I had a chance to speak to a bunch of young women & men. Most, if not all of them, mentioned that my #BodyPositive mindset had helped them to be able to find confidence within themselves, which really touched me and even brought me to tears numerous times. Thankfully I have always had a family that has supported me and has always reminded me that my beauty comes from within, especially my mother. She constantly reminded me that “no matter how beautiful you are on the outside, if you’re insides are ugly, that will be what everyone sees & feels.” Don’t get me wrong, there have been many occasions where I wished I could be thinner or have a different nose or hairline to fit in, but I realized that fitting in is not always as important as it seems; I realized that I love standing out in positive ways! • I love sending a message of self-confidence and getting to share that with people. Self-confidence also goes along with being healthy! I work out all the time, I eat healthy & try (emphasis on TRY) to get as much sleep as I can. There are obviously times where I love to pig out and enjoy myself, but I always make sure to never lose my focus on being healthy, because no matter what, your health is the number one most important thing in life. We aren’t meant to look the same, but we are all meant to be healthy. We are all beautiful in different ways. Staying healthy adds to beauty. Even more importantly, it will increase your self-confidence. That’s been my experience at least 😉. #JaxJungle #NotLikeMost #PowerOfBeingYou

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  • Herb

    It sad when people need confidence from outside sources instead of inside, but I’m glad she feel better about herself.

    • Nate

      She’s seeking validation from her fans that she isn’t too fat, and being her size is okay. It’s indeed sad when people can’t just be comfortable with themselves, for themselves.

    • Possible

      And that’s all you took from that huh? Pretty narrow view point there. You know some of those fans could be kids getting bullied in school or something right? And the only thing you can take from any of this is that she is seeking her own validation?

      • Filipino Dan

        Could you stop picking petty arguments with everyone on this site? Just because you can’t agree or respect most others’ opinions here doesn’t mean you need to bitch about it every single time. Learn how to let things go a little.

        I barely ever post on here but I’m getting really tired of seeing your constant whining in every other articles’ comment sections.

        • Omar

          Couldn’t help but notice that too. Some people just have way too much time on their hands.

      • Herb

        Yes basically. She is going teach other to be like her and try to get validation from other. She is a superstar that is look up to, the kids imitating her are not. I seen kids getting bullied even harder when they went and seek that validation and that was pre-social media era so imagine right now. The pretty fantasy that the entertainment world is trying to paint over real life makes kids more delusional about the harsh reality that is real life.

        A message like: Why am I wearing a swimsuit? because I felt like it. Or even better, post the picture and say nothing at all related to self-esteem. Anyways I already gave too much attention to something that didn’t deserve much to begin with.

  • Chicken Salad ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I love me some bbw

    • Omar

      Agreed. No problem with a woman with her body type.

      Best of all, she can use her body type positively for her career. Although I’m sure she’d be considered obese by a doctor so I’m not sure how ‘healthy’ this body type is long-term, but she certainly has nothing to be ashamed of.

  • Bossman27

    good for her

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