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We need to become on our own body image advocates. Doctors, friends and the media are only three of the areas in our lives that can contribute to a poor self worth. Stand up and speak out! You have the right to determine what is acceptable to you.
Body Image and Wanting to Change
It can seem that wanting to change your body and having a positive sense of body image is hypocritical. That just isn't so. It all depends on your motivation for wanting to change. Check out these examples of both good and not so good reasons to make changes in your life.
Mindset and Body Image
How we think about ourselves plays a huge part in how we think about our bodies. Here are three easy tips on changing our mindset to change our body image.
Body Image and the Concept of Self
Our body image is based on our subjective concept of who we are. Past life experiences, input from friends and media can cloud this concept and leave us with a poor self image. Changing how we think and view ourselves is the first step in have a better body image.
What Makes a Good Friend
Having good friends in your life is important. Being a good friend to others is just as important. Here are some examples of what good, and not so good, friendship is about.
How to Accept What You Can Change
Learn a simple way of not allowing your body image to stand in the way of the moment. Learn to accept those things that you can change and even those that you cannot.
Why You Should Dress Like a Swan
Ever feel like an ugly duckling? Do you wait for that day when people will look past your outsides and begin to see the real you inside? In this article I challenge you to start becoming a swan, today.
Bucket Lists and Body Image
Having a bucket list can improve your thoughts about yourself. Accomplishing items on the list improve your self worth and that can help you to have a better body image.
Living Without Shame
A cowboy in Wyoming lives his life being true to himself. He is a husband and father who prefers dressing in women's clothing. We can learn from him to honor ourselves and our bodies. Despite what others say or do, we can know we are acceptable just as we are.
Acceptance and Self Worth
We often look outside of ourselves to determine if we are ok. Eating the so called right foods, judging our body weight as desirable or not are only two of the ways we may gauge our self worth. Knowing we are not perfect, but appreciating our unique qualities helps to answer the question, Am I ok?
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