Mariah Carey is known for flaunting her curves in short, sparkly mini-dresses, so it's no surprise that the 42-year-old singer immediately dropped her post-baby weight and has snapped back to her svelte self, just months after giving birth to twins. What's sort of sad is how much Mariah hated her body while she was pregnant, despite posing nude for the cover of Life & Style
It's nice to know that even those of us without the physique of Heidi Klum can still find ourselves someone special if we make sure our other attributes are on the up and up. It's no mystery that wealthy men, despite how conventionally imperfect their bodies may be, can score themselves a hot, and frankly, out of their physical league, girlfriend or wife.
In Miss Representation, a new documentary airing tonight on OWN, Jennifer Seibel Newsom probes the distorted way the media portrays women—and how it affects girls. The director tells Jessica Bennett such depictions damage self-image.
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"Glee" star Lea Michele: "I'm a girl who eats … I'll have a big Italian dinner, and I don't give a crap because it makes me happy." We should all be more like Lea Michele!
The recent statistics from the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) has reported that about one-third (33.8%) of U.S. adults are obese. That number rises every day, and keeping up with it is more difficult than keeping up with your stocks. I work with the finest bariatric surgeons in the U.S. They are dedicated to helping their patients lose weight in an effort to thwart diseases, and minimize current disease progression. I also run several 12-step food addiction groups in the city of Houston and online in many cities. I talk to morbidly obese patients everyday. I teach them, counsel them, eat with them, and spend endless hours reading their journals. These patients have a story to tell, but we aren’t listening and we continue asking the wrong questions.
Top 50 beauty products for moms. 6 botched plastic surgeries. Would you let a few extra pounds keep you from having healthy sex? Kirstie Alley sure doesn't. Holly Madison's boobs are insured for $1 million. 7 very logical beauty fixed to very common problems.
Now that Kirstie Alley has mastered Dancing With The Stars, strutted her stuff at the most recent New York Fashion Week, and, oh yeah, lost 100 pounds, the 60-year-old actress and former Jenny Craig spokeswoman is now searching for a man. And not just any guy but "someone who loves me deeply and is madly in love with me, for me."
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We've all seen the studies and reports that expose online daters for what they really are: liars. OK, not all online daters lie but many have been found to misrepresent themselves, whether it be about their weight, age, salary, etc. This may seem like a bad thing but according to a new study, users are OK with certain online misrepresentations.
As a curvier brunette with very dark brown hair—maybe even light black—I find that, when it comes to men, I lose to blondes…a lot. That might sound ridiculous to you, but I bet it makes perfect sense to the blonde girl that, er, distracted a guy I was having a fling with my senior year of college. But who's bitter? (I am. I so, so am.)
Tying the knot or getting divorced could make your waistline grow. A recent study found that women have a tendency to gain a few pounds after getting married, while men are likely to do the same after divorce.
Dying to look like the actress on the latest cover of Vogue? Do you constantly criticize yourself when it comes to your appearance? If your weight is always on your mind, YourTango expert and life & health coach Nicole Burley can help you embrace and love the body you're living in. “Start to shift your focus from how you look on the outside to how your body feels on the inside,” Nicole advises.
Ever have a sneaking suspicion that your mom wished you were a boy? You might be right. According to an anonymous survey of more than 26,000 moms conducted by TODAY.com and Parenting.com, ten percent say they wish their child was the opposite sex. And of that ten percent, 60 percent have boys. Sorry, boys!
We recently published a piece called "Is Your Body Image Hurting Your Love Life? 3 Ways To Change," which is all about how women need to stop the negative self-talk and embrace positive body images, flaws and all. But how does one do that when the media is filled with Jessica Albas and Rihannas (both of whom are literally staring at me right now from magazine covers), and the world is filled with douchebags who judge women based on appearance? New website My Body Image thinks it's helping.
If your man has lost his mojo, replace his potato chips with carrot sticks. A new study shows that dropping a few pounds can dramatically increase his libido.