Posts with the tag: Self Esteem

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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Mirror mirror on the wall, what we look like isn’t all

The pressure to measure up to the American beauty ideal — thin, firm, smooth and young — is greater than ever before. Redefining beauty isn’t about choosing to participate in beautifying or not. Instead it’s about creating a cultural shift in how beauty is defined and how our self-worth as women is defined.

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Size or shape doesn’t define your health

Health comes in all different sizes and shapes. Smaller bodies don’t necessarily tell the story of a healthy person, nor do larger 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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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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Let's All Embrace Our Age - Fifty is the new fifty

How can we choose to see our aging bodies differently? By detaching our self-worth from our appearance, practicing gratitude for our present body, honoring aging as a privilege and seeing our body’s true purpose.

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Imagine your life without a diet

So if not dieting, what can you do to take care of your whole health instead? Transform how you eat. Transform how you view your body. Move on with your life, the ultimate reward of pushing diet culture off your plate.

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Why 'You Look So Skinny' Needs An Upgrade

Compliments are great, right?! Of course, we want to tell someone when they look great. Who hasn’t complimented someone who has obviously lost a significant amount of weight?! We probably all have. But we may be doing more harm than good when it comes to creating a positive body image.

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Social Media Body Positive Feeds to Follow

“Try on” body neutrality and improve your relationship to food and body by following these positive body image social media feeds. Fill your feed with realistic and positive images of bodies and health.

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Liking Yourself is a Rebellious Act

In a culture that plays on self-doubt, liking yourself is a rebellious act. Learn four tips from Mind Body Nutritionist and Body Image Movement Global Ambassador, Tanya Mark, to practice working towards self-acceptance.

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What is Body Positive Fitness?

I know from my professional Non Diet Nutrition | Healthy Body Image practice that many of us want to change our bodies to meet culture’s ideals because of the messages that we hear and see every single day. This is not OK and is producing an epidemic of body dissatisfaction. We have the power to make a change and shift towards body positive fitness.

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Eating Psychology Coaching for Everyone Who Eats

Do you or someone you love struggle with health, self-esteem or body image? Dynamic Eating Psychology Coaching is valuable for anyone who eats (yes, I know that’s everyone) who wants a more harmonious relationship with food, body and self. Why? Because life is too dang short. It’s time for a new approach.

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