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What your daughter "sees" in the mirror and reality can often be at counterpoint.
These images are as unrealistic as ever.
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It takes time, but it can be done.
You can learn a lot from baring it all.
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Proving self-love is so, so important.
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I am currently renewing my fascial stretching certification from the Stretch To Win Institute. (Fascia is sheets of connective webbing that encases and connects the entire body; it unites bones and muscles.) I do partner fascial stretching with clients, but attending the course reminded me how wonderful the motions feel in my own body. I am now re-motivated to prioritize fascial stretching after every run.
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Body image issues are often thought of as a problem for younger people, and for women and girls in particular. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Age-related shame and our culture's obsession with looking young has become so fanatical that many people are taking radical measures to maintain a youthful appearance.
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It's time to treat your body with respect.
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Canadian model Stacey McKenzie has dealt with her fair share of rejection.
You may look fierce, but so does the competition.
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This leads to confusion, exclusion and sometimes, not feeling attractive.
Everyone has body issues.
Winnie Harlow may be one of the most influential models in the world right now, but don’t call her a role model.
The 22-year-old Mississauga, Ont. native has defied traditional beauty ideals by taking on the fashion industry and not letting her vitiligo (a condition characterized by the depigmentation of skin) get in the way of success. But she still doesn’t see herself as someone to look up to.