The Wisdom of a Big Girl: Learning to Measure Yourself by a Different Standard
Joanna Arielle Haimowitz, Rebecca Roberts
All women have been subjected to the pervasive idea that we have to look a certain way, have young, beautiful skin, show no blemishes, and be thin and attractive. And if we do not fit into this stereotype of what society thinks is beautiful, then we are shunned, teased, degraded, or even ostracized. It has been proven that people who are considered more attractive get better jobs, have more friends, and are treated better in society as a whole. Is it no wonder then, with all these messages coming at us from all directions, that body image is a problem for all women? After all, we all want the best in life, no matter our weight or what we look like, so we do our best to measure up.
But there is a better way. You can learn to love yourself and accept who you are. That’s what this book is all about. Read on and you will learn how to improve your body image and discover that there is a lot to love inside your skin. Trust that you are beautiful, without all these products. This book will show you how.