Body positive power : because life is already happening and you don't need flat abs to live it
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|Prince Rupert Library||616.398 Crab (Text)||33294002051449||Adult Non-Fiction||Volume hold||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781580058230
- ISBN: 158005823X
ix, 287 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Seal Press, 2018.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Get thin or die trying -- Lose weight for good! (Only $29.99 a month) -- Dessert every damn day -- I'll do it ten pounds from now -- Not sick enough -- "Being overweight is just as unhealthy as being anorexic" -- #bodygoals -- What now?|
|Summary, etc.:||"For generations, women have been convinced that true happiness only comes when we hit that goal weight, shrink ourselves down, and change ourselves to fit a rigid and unrealistic beauty ideal. We've been taught to see our bodies as collections of problems that need to be fixed. Instagram star Megan Jayne Crabbe is determined to spread the word that loving the body you have is the real path to happiness. An international body positive guru with fans in all corners of the world, Megan spent years battling eating disorders and weight fluctuations before she found her way to body positivity. She quit dieting, discovered a new kind of confidence, and replaced all those old feelings of body shame and self-recrimination with everyday joy. Free of the pressure to fit in a size 2, her life became more satisfying than ever before. In her debut book, Megan shares her own struggles with self-acceptance and her path to body positivity. With whip-smart wit and a bold attitude that lights up her Instagram feed, Megan champions a new worldview for all of us: It's time to stop dieting and get on with your life."--|
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|Subject:||Overweight women -- Psychology
Body image in women