self esteem issues

“I’m standing for anyone who has struggled with an eating disorder or self-esteem issue like me."
At that moment, I decided to put my ego aside and read the book. I finished it in one sitting. It wasn't always pleasant, mind you. After all, Amy Ahlers was calling me on every lie I ever told myself. But it was necessary. And Ahlers offers challenges, exercises, and affirmations to help you through every lie in the book.
I'm not suggesting that we should tune out all celebrity/model-related media. I think that what's important is that we learn to become critical consumers of the media and put the images that we see into what I like to call a "perspective filter."
I've found out over the years that if you have a disagreement with your boss -- no matter where you work -- the person with the most power wins. Always.
Our culture, addicted to global success stories, is making it increasingly difficult for the overwhelming majority of people who make a decent living through hard work, but do not belong to the global ruling class, to feel that they matter.
By Rick Nauert, Ph.D. PsychCentral Scientists believe a coping strategy for people with low self-esteem is to degrade other
Concerns about obesity are real, as are concerns about eating disorders. Shaming children never helps. Let's use National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month to empower our kids and families.
Food is a gift. It is not something to be feared or demonized but rather to be eaten with joy and thanksgiving. Take it from someone who has eaten food out of the garbage.
As little girls, we loved to dress up and play fairy princess, but as we got older we realized how sexist and damaging many
The first Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls started in 2001 in Portland, Oregon to build "girls self-esteem through music creation