Things I want my children to know and understand as they grow older •You don’t need to change your body; your body is incredible just as it is. Unfortunately, we live in a world that profits of of us not feeling
**TRIGGER WARNINGS** The idea of a family holiday, fills most people with excitement and anticipation. It’s an opportunity to wind down and enjoy each other’s company away from the often mundane, monotony of our everyday lives. For me, on the outside,
Things to remember as 2018 draws to a close and we head into the New Year 1. The size of your body doesn’t make you any less or any better than anyone else 2. The size of your body is the least interesting thing
I’ve just come back from a shopping trip to Target. Today is the first day of Summer and so I made the decision that I would buy myself some shorts as an apology to my legs for keeping them hidden
Yesterday my 7-year-old daughter came home from school, dramatically declaring she’d had the worst day ever. Of course, I wanted to know what had happened, so she began recalling her day in great detail. Her story went on for quite
The other day I had an incredible day; I also had a challenging one. I’ve been working on something big, something with the potential to create change for young people around body image and the way they see their bodies.
"The way you treat yourself sets the standard for others"- Dr. Sonya Friedman Let's talk about the seemingly difficult journey towards self-love and self-acceptance. For some of you, the thought of loving your body is as far reached as you becoming a