Posts with the tag: Fat Phobia

Body acceptance is a radical act of self-love

I am standing for anyone who has struggled with a self-esteem issue like me, because all bodies are valuable. All bodies are good bodies.

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Size or shape doesn’t define your health

Health comes in all different sizes and shapes. Fit bodies don’t necessarily tell the story of a healthy person, nor do overweight bodies tell the story of a lazy person. You can’t know everything about a person’s behavior or life by simply looking at her body.

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Check yourself: Fat isn’t a four-letter word

Our culture has indoctrinated us to fear fat if we want to be good, happy and healthy. As a result, those assumptions are accepted as truths.

All weight gain is bad; all weight loss is good.

All thin people are happy; all fat people are unhappy.

All thin people are healthy; all fat people are unhealthy.

I am asking you to question these assumptions.

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Dear diet — it’s not me, it’s you, so goodbye

Diets and diet culture is causing more harm them good. They are presented as the solution to our health problems but can actually be creating physical, mental and emotional health challenges.

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Mom’s body attitude can shape daughter’s

Never before have our girls been more obsessed with their weight and appearance. They are more afraid of becoming fat than they are of nuclear war, cancer or losing their parents, according to the Council on Size and Weight Discrimination.

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