It seems like at every turn, we’re reminded that our biological clock is ticking and our eggs are dying – if you want kids, you need to hurry it up already.
In the entire process of self-love, it is vital to be honest with yourself. Allowing yourself to be dishonest to you is the lowest form of self-depreciation.
had the opportunity to chat with Reba Tobia, creator of the “Brave Box.” Tobia is in recovery from ED, and her product has been recognized by NEDA, Dr. Colleen Reichman, The Eating Disorder Foundation, and many other experts in the space.
A whole lot of learning begins with unlearning. That’s what I’ve been doing for the past year or so. Learning about body positivity by unlearning what I’ve been taught about bodies and their worth.
Trending shows and influencers are shaping the way young womxn see their bodies. It’s also changing the way they validate relationships. By Sara Remus and Linda Ayrapetov On the surface, the concept of a “Revenge Body” may seem harmless. In the context of relationships, it’s regarded as a coping mechanism – a way to move…
Kaye takes several moments like this throughout the book to reflect on her progress since the beginning of her transition. “I can wear what I want and use makeup, and it’s okay,” Kaye observes on June 13th. “I’ve worked past so much self-shame.
I learned it’s okay to spend time doing things I want to do without someone tagging along. I get dinner with myself and it’s honestly the best. I take myself to bookstores and roam around Boston for hours.
But as I have learned through many years of therapy, reconciling doesn’t equal everything becoming “normal” and having your relationship being perfect.
Sometimes you can be triggered by events. Sometimes you can be triggered by something as simple as someone dropping something loudly (I know I can be) or by witnessing a confrontation, however brief or mild.
For #MentalHealth awareness month, contributor and model Brittany Rife weighs in on why projecting our insecurities only really damages ourselves. “Wow I can’t believe she’s wearing that in public!” “If I were him, I couldn’t live the way he does…” “I would never wear something like that if I was as big as her.” Have…