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Corazon Kwamboka discloses her battles with body insecurities

Whenever you think of body goals, Corazon Kwamboka probably pops into your mind with her tiny waist and voluptuous figure.

However, the mother of one has revealed that she once battled with body insecurities choosing instead to hate on herself. In a post seen by kenyannews.co.ke, Kwamboka admitted to having insecurities surrounding her teeth, sometimes her thighs, and other times her acne-scarred face.

“I was two months pregnant here. I have always been insecure about something. Today I would be insecure about my acne-scarred face, tomorrow about my thighs, the next day about my teeth. It has always been something,” Corazon wrote in part.

Corazon Kwamboka discloses her battles with body insecurities

When Kwamboka got pregnant, her insecurities faded away. She reveals that she fell in love with her body and learned to look at things from a different angle.

“But strangely enough, when I got pregnant, I wasn’t insecure even one day, I loved my body the most. I developed self-love and appreciation, and whatever I did, I was exuding confidence. PS; that went out the window once I had the baby,”

Corazon, who now prefers to go by the tag advocate rather than socialite, got pregnant with her controversial boyfriend and fitness coach Frankie Just Gym It. She gave birth to a healthy bouncing baby boy, Taiyari.

Speaking about her motherhood journey, Corazon admitted to having post-partum stress two months after she welcomed her baby. She admitted to becoming extremely sensitive and emotional to things around her.

Corazon Kwamboka discloses her battles with body insecurities

According to Corazon, a simple thing such as food not having enough salt would drive her crazy. The trained lawyer also admitted that she found herself crying most of the time.

When baby daddy Frankie tried to help her out, she admitted to pushing him away and dealing with it alone. She further noted that she was afraid of asking for help and had to work on it independently.

Corazon Kwamboka discloses her battles with body insecurities

“I had been embarrassed to ask for help, embarrassed to admit that I was having a hard time. It took a huge toll on me trying to deal with it alone. I guess what I’m trying to say is that it’s okay to be stressed or have blues. Surround yourself with people who love and support you and don’t push them away, and when you feel you can’t take it anymore, it’s okay to seek help.”

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