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Change what you eat, how you move, and how you think by chan

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Change what you eat, how you move, and how you think by changing what you allow into these different spaces. Withdraw from negative people and ideas, clean your room and give away everything that makes you feel guilty or negative. We can do it. Comedy comedy comedy!!!!

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Blueberries1234's picture
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Sep 8

@Round3 you nailed it, that bugs me too. We've got so much internalized sexism going on i guess :'D true and a bit sad. Anyways it's fine to be unkind sometimes, oh well, no harm done so forgive yo self lovely lady. I say mean stuff, and then I feel bad, but OH WELL. Move on. Forgive yourself and grow, whatever. Other people can just get over it.

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Sep 8

@Blueberries1234 I think we (and I mean me!) sometimes take things in a personal way.... I've had bulimia, body dysmorphia disorder (something like 8 breast implant surgeries, nose job, fitness trainer, compulsive exercising, plus facials and peels with dermatologist) due to being a Barbie doll for my parents and men I would date....and is why I see and relate to someone scrutinizing themselves for flaws... My implants are out and I've achieved love and acceptance of who I am//the way I am (for the most part...still beat myself up over parenting issues) and that is so funny, blueberries, as I talk about sometimes I eff up and we all know we can't go backwards and undo or un say those things-- we have to move on; and "oh well" and go forward.
Hugs

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Sep 10

@NCMom I feel you. Yep. Congratulations on healing and moving forward on this path!!! I can really relate, especially when parents and partners place pressure to look a certain way... it can really feel crushing. In reality your body is yours, it should feel good to you and it's there for YOUR experience no one else's. Partners can really make it seem like one's body is for them, but it isnt. It's okay to not look "pretty". You have more worth than just your body. You are a strong person with wonderful qualjties that arent based on appearances which will fade. Who you are is timeless:) Being a parent is a great opportunity to not pass on the dysfunction by healing yourself with self love & validation. Not judging. Your arms are not fat... theyre there for being able to give hugs. Sending you one!

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