This life coach points out that weight doesn't need to mean everything when it comes to finding happiness. What could you achieve if you didn't let your body hold you back?
This dating and life coach investigates the recent backlash against "Fit Mom" and how Facebook Envy may be damaging your life. Obsessed with knocking down people online? It's time to take a step back and think how great you are, instead.
Personal development coach Brock Hansen writes about the causes behind shameful feelings that lead to eating disorders and how to understand the root of the issue. When you know the root you can start working on a positive solution to your pain.
Society and the media's insistence that sex sells (and looks like it was Photoshopped) can be detrimental to your children. Show them what it means to respect yourself and your sexuality through this sex educator's insight and tips.
Why is losing weight so difficult? A personal development coach talks about the emotional and mental issues at play. So many people feel ashamed about their struggles with body image: break free of the cycle and learn to love your whole self.
When one of the most powerful businesswomen in the world strikes an alluring pose for Vogue magazine, we have to ask: is there too much pressure for women to be sexy? Are brains nothing without beauty? An expert discusses the process of loving ourselves for what's inside.
Having a disorder like trichotillomania is difficult. When it puts a damper on your love life, that can be even harder. This personal development coach shares how to be brave, accept your challenges and communicate openly with your partner. You can find love!
Therapeutic photography can be a useful tool in helping heal a distored self-image. In 2009, the New York Times published an article on this emerging practice of using images as a healing modality. The story, titled "Behind the Scenes: A Camera as Therapy", was written by professional photojournalist Alexandra Avakian.
Ever wonder why we’re all so crazy about breasts? Because they're so damned desirable, that's why. This is a reality that every women who's undergone a mastectomy deals with each day. The idea of reconstruction is like a big security blanket that makes us feel that whatever it is we're about to go through, we'll be fine and dandy in no time. But, as a woman who's lost a breast to cancer and had reconstruction, I can tell you first hand: the reality is more complicated than that.
Usually, we refer to femme fatales as sirens. But what if being a siren meant that your beauty and your capacity to give and receive pleasure were so magnetic that you naturally attracted high-quality men as life partners? Wouldn't that make being a siren positive, sexy and fun? Learn more at the Become Your Inner Siren Telesummit, available online for free (May 18-20).