Self-love is an ongoing process. A good place to start is actively making the decision to love your body every day. When I wake up in the morning I look in the mirror and find just 1 thing I like about myself. Normalize this behavior and you can come to love every inch - even the parts that are 'flawed'.
By knowing that you're beautiful just how you are. Accept yourself is always the first step, and maybe the hardest but you have to look at yourself and believe that you are beautiful. That yes we have imperfections but learn how to embrace them. If you don't like your weight then you can work towards that, thats something that can be solve but you have to accept yourself first. Know that everybody came in this world with a specific type of body figure and that yeah we can always work on it by losing and gaining weight but just accept yourself and take care of yourself. :)
Do not look at magazines or anything that will make you feel insecure. Stay away from anything negative and surround yourself with positive people and positive energy. Everyone is special and unique. So love yourself. :-)
Learn to be kind to yourself. Go out and sit at your local shopping center. Take note of all the shapes and size, looks of different people passing you by. Their ages as well. When you really look you will see not everyone is the perfect shape or looks the same. We are put here on earth to be individual no two of us are the same. Learn to love your body and you for you. If its a weight issue and you think it might help if you went to the gym just to feel better about yourself then do that. The most important thing to do is look inside. Write down on paper the good things about yourself that have nothing to do with your body and or looks. You will find that deep down your an awesome person.
Love yourself. Make a list of all the good things and all the things you love about yourself. And always find those qualities when looking at yourself. When you die, your body stays in the ground and collects dirt so does it really matter what is on the outside? Always look on the inside!
Self-love is long and ongoing. For me, the biggest thing was writing down the negative thoughts and challenging them. "I'm not thin enough" became "I am healthy." "Nobody likes me for my weight" became "those who matter only want to see me happy."
First you can ask yourself : Are you dissatisfied with your body or is someone else dissatisfied with your body? Also you can stop to expose yourself to unrealistic images media gives... and understand that your constant efforts for a different body could be interfering with your capability to feel truly fulfilled in life