Shania Twain, the Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress talked about her embracing life changes recently. She revealed her feelings about the menopause and self-acceptance recently. Are you curious to know more about Shania Twain’s journey to self-love, menopause, and self-acceptance?
Shania Twain’s Menopause and Body Positivity Perspective
Shania Twain doesn’t hold back when speaking about menopause and self-love. She has inspiring words for women all over the world about this experience. Twain told to New York Post that “Menopause taught me to quickly say, ‘You know, it may only get worse. So just love yourself now. Just get over your insecurities, they’re standing in your way. And fear is standing in your way.’”
The iconic singer admitted that she struggled to do the same. She continued, “I always sing about being fearless and all of that. I go there when I write. But I’m not living it the way I’m writing it. And I want to live the way I write. I’m more fierce than I ever was because I really demanded it about myself.”
Do you want to know Shania Twain’s journey to self-love? Twain revealed that she became confident in her mature years. Her new-found confidence allows her to love and enjoy her body more than ever. She used to hate her body before but now she feels more sexy. She said “But I like to feel sexy, and I like to enjoy my body more now than ever. I used to hate my body. So when my body was young and, I guess, maybe one wouldn’t be afraid of exhibiting it, I was hiding it a lot.”
She likes to share this new perspective on menopause and self-confidence with others. Shania Twain’s self-discovery of her body image motivated her to create the Waking Up Dreaming artwork.