The level of our self-esteem has profound consequences for every aspect of our existence: how we operate in the workplace, how we deal with people, how high we are likely to rise, how much we are likely to achieve – and, in the personal realm, with whom we are likely to fall in love, how
I LOVE MY BODY.
In honor of the University of Richmond’s Love Your Body Week, where I will be presenting tomorrow, I have a simple challenge today: love your body. There are not enough people in the world who have the peace and self-acceptance to state that they love their bodies, but we all need to, so let us start
HOW IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR BODY?
I have seen the most beautiful people in the world hate their bodies. I have also seen body confidence from the most unlikely of sources, proving that in the nature-vs.- nurture argument in relation to body confidence, it is nurture that wins. When you ask yourself the question of where your body confidence is on
THANK YOU BODY.
On a day where lists of gratitude are generously shared and thoughtfully felt, there is one thank-you that is often forgotten. We try to express our thanksgivings in so many ways and to so many people, attentive to every blessing we can think of to give thanks for, and yet one of the most important,