So why not, instead of heading down the path of “I feel fat”, ask yourself first, what am I really feeling?
Originally posted on Honouring Appetite:
Recently we shared this image over at Libero Network. I stumbled across it somewhere in the webosphere (credit to recoverylifeandcats.tumblr.com) and it caught my attention. We’ve all seen the Special K adds “What will you gain when you lose?” (a topic for a future post…); however, this image throws it…
Biggest Loser was big mistake
“Our daughters have learned to measure their worth by a wrong scale,”
I was looking for a new way to manage my feelings this year and it occurred to me to do something that I enjoyed as a child.
Whatever your issues with body or weight, this is an important issue. Commenting on another persons body or size is never acceptable unless you are directly asked. via Weight Stigma – Nope, Not Pregnant but Thanks for Thinking I Have Sex.
Thought I would share this insightful article. BED In Recovery but Never Recovered.