Aerosmith legend Steven Tyler’s daughter and one of the most powerful influencers on the whole social media, Mia Tyler, has posted a new Instagram Stories photo and reposted the emotional letter of a well-known traveler named Veronica.

As you will check out the letter right below, Veronica recalled the days that MySpace was the best social media and music platform of the world and how Mia Tyler being a ‘plus-size model’ and stayed positive about that was affected her point of view to the life.

Veronica has announced that she wished that she would carry her weight just like Mia and after the whole time, she has managed to feel good about her thick legs and ‘extra-ordinary’ body shape.

Here is some part of Veronica’s touching letter about Mia Tyler:

“In the early MySpace days I came across a photo of ‘plus-size model’ Mia Tyler and she had a fuck you body positive quote that was attached to the photo and I never felt more powerful. I kept that photo on my MySpace homepage for YEARS. I was curious if I could find that photo online as I was writing this.

It took an easy google search, but I legit rolled my eyes and laughed. Plus size my ass haha. Nonetheless, this photo (last photo) was the photo that changed the way of thinking for me. Take me as I am. I had to learn to work with what I had instead of hiding behind it.

Nobody is created equal and even the most beautiful have something they wish they could change. My friend made a mention yesterday that spearheaded a conversation. She said, “I wish I carried my weight like you.”

It’s an interesting subject matter to get a compliment on something you are not necessarily happy with. Or when someone compliments my thick legs and I’m like good god why, (internal thoughts) now everyone is looking at my legs.😖”

Mia Tyler took the post of Veronica to her Instagram Stories page admitted that she made her cry with her letter.

Here is what she wrote:

“Thanks for making me cry.
@amoderndaygypsy”

You can check out both posts of Mia and Veronica below.

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In the same breath that we say we don’t give a s*** what anyone thinks of us and our bodies we instantly self deprecate. Why do we do this? We didn’t have many plus size role models in the late 90s/early 2000s. I was tall. I was “thick.” No one looked like me. Well that wasn’t true. We just didn’t have the means of social media like we do now. *** In the early MySpace days I came across a photo of “plus size model” @miatyler and she had a fuck you body positive quote that was attached to the photo and I never felt more powerful. I kept that photo on my MySpace homepage for YEARS. I was curious if I could find that photo online as I was writing this. It took an easy google search, but I legit rolled my eyes and laughed. Plus size my ass haha. Nonetheless this photo (last photo) was the photo that changed the way of thinking for me. Take me as I am. I had to learn to work with what I had instead of hiding behind it. *** No body is created equal and even the most beautiful have something they wish they could change. My friend made a mention yesterday that spearheaded a conversation. She said “I wish I carried my weight like you.” It’s an interesting subject matter to get a compliment on something you are not necessarily happy with. Or when someone compliments my thick legs and I’m like good god why, (internal thoughts) now everyone is looking at my legs 😖🤣. *** I felt good about myself yesterday and loved this photo til this morning when I went to post and decided not to. The same social media that we use to help us feel better about ourselves can also make us feel worse. That’s funny isn’t it. Truth is I am confident, but not everyday. I don’t love myself all the time, but I try. I’m human. I felt good yesterday and regardless of how I feel today may I continue to find that energy I had yesterday 💜. #healthyisthenewskinny #thick #pma #curves #mentalhealth #positivevibes #curvygirl #pooldays #feelingood #targetstyle

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