health at every size
And maybe you are in the same boat. Maybe some of this, or even all of this, sounds very familiar to you. Perhaps you are
And even though you know in your soul that you don't truly want this food...you really, really want this food? And I'd love
So I kept being angry this week. How the f*** can we have a president who thinks and talks about women and their bodies like
You're mired in a weight obsessed culture Avoidance is an option! Avoiding won't work long term, and it's not healthy to
Cravings aren't something to be feared or to get rid of. I could make the argument that you should actually look forward to your food cravings since they are insider information from your body and subconscious mind about what's going on under the surface in your life.
You can start by throwing away your scale and diet books and really tuning in and listening to your body for information about what you should eat and when you should move. This simple step will put you on your way to feeling great in no time!
In my experience, the challenging thing about drinking alcohol is this: Alcohol can make internal awareness much more difficult
So why not start appreciating the unique shape and size that YOUR body comes in? You don't need to look like the cookie cutter shape of the photoshopped models to feel great about the way you look.
ll thoughts about your own body are reinforced. You reinforce stigma in the person next to you, regardless of their size. Your children are taught to see bodies as problematic. And the judgment most certainly does not liberate anyone to live their life with reverence and grace in the body they have.
I want to live in a world where it's not radical for a woman to like her body. Where it's not brave for a woman to wear a bikini. Where it's not newsworthy to be fat and happy or fit or healthy. But, unfortunately we're not there yet.