Alicia Mccarvell opens up about how her marriage has 'changed' amid 'self-love journey'

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Alicia Mccarvell gets honest about how her relationship with her husband has changed during her self-love journey (Photo via Instagram/ @aliciamccarvell)
Alicia McCarvell gets honest about how her self-love journey has impacted her marriage.
On Monday, the Canadian influencer took to Instagram to share an "adorable" candid video while dancing with husband Scott McCarvell. She paired the sweet video with an on-screen text that talked about how loving herself has "transformed" their relationship.
"Honestly, the way he always wanted to love me has never changed," McCarvell wrote. "But the way I've allowed him to love me has changed drastically."
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She admitted that when she lacked self-love, she made it "really difficult" for her husband to love her.
"I thought if I didn't like myself, how could he?" she shared. "But I've come to realize that the lens we see ourselves through isn't the same lens that others see us through. It is unfair to our partners to assume that the lenses are the same.”
McCarvell said that, in hindsight, she wished she had let her husband love her the way he wanted to much earlier.
The Nova Scotia-based influencer's video was quickly praised by fans for its honest message.
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"I love how honest you are. Thank you for sharing! Such an important reminder,” commented one Instagram user.
Another added: "This message is so important and so beautiful. Thank you for sharing!"
"I love it!" wrote a fan.
"That is beautiful. I have to get there. Thanks for sharing your vulnerable side of things," shared another.
"What wonderful news," wrote another. “Goosebumps reading those words! Love, love, love, this memory.”
Last week, the body positivity advocate slammed back inappropriate and derogatory comments she'd recently received about her husband since working with Lovehoney, coupled with a photo of herself and her husband in a pool.
"With that kind of husband you shouldn't even think about buying a toy," read one of the comments, while another wrote, "Why use one when you have a man to please you?"
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"Every time I place an ad with a toy company, I get belittled in my comments section with comments like 'disgusting' or such comments as basically saying you're using means that I can't possibly be satisfied by my husband" , McCarvell pointed out. "All of them by women."
"I'm tired of people judging things they don't understand. Your shame doesn't have to be mine," she concluded. "Also, how 'hot' or 'sexy' someone is has nothing to do with their ability to please a partner.
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