“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear.” 1 John 4:18 Living with Body Image Dysmorphia is like walking through life with an unflattering mirror chasing you – you try to avoid the mirror, but it follows you everywhere you go, taunting and teasing you like bullies on
ELEANOR GIVES ME MORE.
Eleanor Roosevelt inspires me through the simplest of words. Do one thing every day that scares you, she once said, and I believe that this is among some of the greatest wisdom ever beholden to those of us who want to maximize our experience of life, joy, growth and love. Today I
MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL.
Body dysmorphic disorder is something that is hard to describe unless experienced first hand. To the dysmorphic mind, a mirror holds great defining power, and sadly, we never see how beautiful we really are. The mirror creates a monster out of our own reflections, a monster that no one else can see aside from