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Who’s Looking After Your Body? The Facts,The Fictions & The Tools To Tell The Difference.

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  1. Heather says:

    my stomach has always been a contentious issue for me… all through my twenties I felt the need to have a shredded 6 pack… so I exercised and crunched my way to 14 percent body fat with the goal of making my stomach as tiny as it could be. then I got pregnant, and my stomach grew and grew and grew! I was amazed at the process of creating a life and how much my stomach could transform! since having my daughters 3 years ago, my stomach has gone up and down in size… and now it is up again (lol) and I have learned to love it unconditionally. see my 3 year old daughter knows she came from mommy’s tummy… and she knows that I love her tummy because her belly button was once connected to mommy. so every morning when she wakes up and come into my bedroom to crawl into bed with me, she raises my shirt, my stomach, and says I love your tummy! she makes me laugh when she pats my stomach and says I love how it bounces!!! then she so sweetly asks me if she can be connected to me again… and she places her belly square on to my belly and takes a deep breath. my daughter loves my tummy exactly as it is, it doesn’t matter to her if it is small or large… all that matters to her is that this is where she came from… and I figured that if she can love it unconditionally, so can I!!!!!!!

  2. Tatyana Kuperman says:

    I love my hands! My hands allow me to paint, write, and, most importantly, hold the hands of my loved ones:-). 

    Just the other day, one of my friends post this quote on her facebook… “Enjoy your body. Use it every way you can. Don’t be afraid of it or what other people think of it. It’s the greatest instrument you’ll EVER own.” – Mary Schmimch

  3. Tatyana Kuperman says:

    I love my hands! My hands allow me to paint, write, and, most importantly, hold the hands of my loved ones:-). 

    Just the other day, one of my friends post this quote on her facebook… “Enjoy your body. Use it every way you can. Don’t be afraid of it or what other people think of it. It’s the greatest instrument you’ll EVER own.” – Mary Schmimch

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