I believe this to be true.
Six years ago when I was an obese nutritionist, I had every reason to want to be in denial about this....after all I was expected to be an example of good health.
I could have tried to justify how I could be obese and healthy at the same time because I lived a natural lifestyle and ate a whole foods diet.
I spent a year in victim mode and in futility.
Thank god I was willing to admit that my hypoglycemia wasn't just a little thing.
It took getting "big" for me...
Attractiveness is not about the shape or weight of your body, it is related to how you feel - not to how you imagine others feel about you.
So how are you carrying yourself?
You can choose to stay frumpy wearing clothes that make you look fatter than you actually are to hide your bloated belly, the spare tire or muffin top - clothes that you’ve settled for and don’t love.
You can accept your body the way it is right now and start dressing it the way you want to feel....
I have such fond memories as a young child of my grandma.
She was such a beauty.
She had long black hair with one thick band of contrasting grey and soft blue mysterious eyes.
All day she wore her hair in a bun.
At night she would let down that gorgeous mane and I would beg her to let me brush it.
I was obsessed with long hair.
And then one day it happened.
Her daughters convinced her that she was too old for long hair.
And so she had it cut, dyed and permed into what I thought was...