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Pages: 120

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: 1 edition (1 April 2016)

By: MA, LCPC, CPC, Stephanie Eissinger (Author)

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Body image plays a significant role in how we feel about and see ourselves. Yet it's often overlooked as an underlying source of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and disordered eating. No matter what size or shape we happen to be...developing and maintaining a positive, healthy body image is challenging, especially in the extremely competitive and image laden era we live in. This book is a guide to: - Accepting loving your body yourself. - Recognizing Body Image issues. - Understanding the costs of a negative body image perfectionism. - Developing body confidence self esteem. - Dealing with 'Fat' days. - Redefining beauty. - Becoming the best version of you. Discover how to declare your body image independence be inspired by personal essays written by real women of all ages, sizes shapes who have learned how to 'rock' their body image.


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