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.
Our feeds and influences are constantly touting a need for self-care – but what happens when socio-economic status makes “self care” as we know it, unattainable?
I began a hashtag (#notyourbefore) and a lot of people posted in it, shouted it out, etc. I was doing what I always did, but for the first time, other people were listening.
Popularly Positive Program Director Whitney Mooney chatted with Ragen Chastain, owner of the DancesWithFat.org blog, and co-founder of the Fit Fatties Facebook Group – which boasts over 6,000 members. She is a NEDA ambassador, as well as a marathon runner and certified health coach.
I take spin and dance classes, because I like them. I actually enjoy the healthy food I eat. I shop at stores that carry my sizes and buy clothes that fit my body beautifully.
By Jamina Bone We have been fed lies our entire life. Society, our childhood, the schools we attend, and even the relationships we have invested in. I can’t imagine what chains of lies you have begun to believe in your life – but let me tell you what I’ve been dragging around, how I broke free from them, and…
If you’re anything like me, you offer an enthusiastic “yes” to whatever anyone asks you. You’re stretched thin all hours of the day, and once you finally sit down, you feel as if the stresses of the day will never leave your shoulders. Whenever I feel overworked, stressed, sad, and anxious, I turn to my…