There are a lot of things we worry about on a daily basis: finding enough time to get everything done, making enough to pay the rent, not being majorly awkward on that date鈥 the list goes on. One thing we shouldn鈥檛 be letting into our heads is that super destructive self doubt. You know, the one that鈥檚 telling you your legs are too chubby or your neck鈥檚 not quite long enough. Vanishing that nitpicky voice is a challenge all on its own, but the constant bombardment of perfectly Photoshopped celebrity photos we see definitely isn鈥檛 helping the issue. How can you feel good about yourself when your favorite celeb is walking the red carpet with zero signs of love handles and flawless skin? Well here鈥檚 the thing, they don鈥檛 look like that all the time. Most days, they look, you know, normal. Not perfect.

Anti-body shaming campaigns have lately been taking up just as much space as those oh-so-perfect pics once did (see: Lane Bryant鈥檚 ads, Nettle Tale鈥檚 swimsuit photos, Tess Holliday鈥檚 #effyourbeautystandards campaign), and now a new crop of celebs like Chrissy Teigen are joining in on Instagram with a new body-LOVING trend we want to see more of. Here are a few that deserve a double tap:

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1. Chrissy Teigen: The 29-year-old model is by no means lacking in the beauty department, but she鈥檚 far from perfect and she knows it. Teigen made waves in the Instagram world last week when she posted this picture of her sitting cross-legged. She captioned the photo, 鈥淏ruises from bumping kitchen drawer handles for a week. Stretchies say hi!鈥 While on The Meredith聽Vieira Show she said, 鈥淚 was just taking a picture of the bruises and then I saw the stretch marks in there, and I have those apps 鈥 Facetune, the Photoshopping one, and I just didn鈥檛 feel like doing it anymore and I鈥檓 never going to do it again.鈥 (via @chrissyteigen)

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2. Kelly Clarkson: After the star appeared on The Graham Norton Show earlier this month, English personality Katie Hopkins rudely tweeted, 鈥淒id she eat all of her backing singers? Happily I have wide-screen.鈥 Whaaaat? But fear not, when the singer was informed about the mean comment she responded by saying, 鈥淭hat鈥檚 because she doesn鈥檛 know me. I鈥檓 awesome! It doesn鈥檛 bother me. It鈥檚 a free world. Say what you will.鈥 She went on to explain, 鈥淚鈥檝e just never cared what people think. It鈥檚 more if I鈥檓 happy and I鈥檓 confident and feeling good. That鈥檚 always been my thing. And more so now, since having a family 鈥 I don鈥檛 seek out any other acceptance.鈥 You go, girl! (Photo via Christopher Polk/Getty)

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3. Lena Dunham: The 鈥渢high gap鈥 is an infamous term within the millennial generation. The unrealistic beauty trait can be a harmful ideal to aspire to, and Lena Dunham decided to do something about it. Never one to be shy about her curves, Lena posted a photo of her upper leg alongside the brief caption, 鈥渟pringtime means shorteralls #nothighgap.鈥 Seems simple enough, but apparently that hashtag struck a chord with a whole lot of ladies who felt the same way鈥 #nothighgap now has over 25,000 photos attached to it. (via @lenadunham)

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4. Pink: Earlier this month, Pink posted a few photos of herself and her family at a benefit for cancer research. Alongside the photos she wrote things like, 鈥淲illow said to me the other day whilst grabbing my belly-鈥渕ama-why r u so squishy?鈥滱nd I said..鈥漛/cuz I鈥檓 happy baby鈥 and 鈥渕y hubby says 鈥榠t鈥檚 just more to love baby鈥 (and then I smack his hand off my booty cause we鈥檙e in a supermarket).鈥 Unfortunately, these messages embracing self-acceptance were met by rude remarks from those pesky Internet trolls. In response, Pink posted a message that ended with, 鈥淚 am perfectly fine, perfectly happy, and my healthy, voluptuous and crazy-strong body is having some much deserved time off.鈥 As a cherry on top, she signed the letter 鈥淟ove, Cheesecake.鈥 (Photo via Frederick M. Brown/Getty)

Have you seen any other instances lately in which celebs have taken a stand against body shaming? If so, share with us in the comments below.

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