Beautiful You


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This book offers any woman the opportunity to learn to love herself more and without reservation, with a particular emphasis on body acceptance and self-esteem.

It offers 365 suggestions for very practical ways to change your thinking, examine your assumptions, and address the ways that other people subtly affect our thinking and our feelings about our bodies and ourselves. The exercises are easy to do, don’t require any special props, and are designed to help you move forward to a place where you truly feel better about yourself and your looks.

Here is the publisher’s description of the book:

Every day, American women and girls are besieged by images and messages that suggest their beauty is inadequate—inflicting immeasurable harm upon their confidence and sense of wellbeing. In Beautiful You, author Rosie Molinary—in no uncertain terms—encourages women, whatever their size, shape, and color, to work toward feeling wonderful about themselves despite today’s media-saturated culture.

Drawing on self-awareness, creativity, and mind-body connections, Beautiful You incorporates practical techniques into a 365-day action plan that empowers women to regain a healthy self-image, shore up self-confidence, reframe and break undermining habits of self-criticism, and champion their own emotional and physical wellbeing. Through accessible, doable daily actions, women and girls are encouraged to manifest a healthy outlook on life—teaching them to live large, and starting them on the path to learning to love themselves and others. Molinary steers clear of the florid affirmations and daily meditations often utilized by books geared toward personal growth, and instead delivers a hip, modern guide of inspirational thought that keeps pace with the times.

Beautiful You is a practical, candid, and accessible handbook that will strike a chord with every woman who has ever faltered in her self-confidence or lost her personal brilliance—and it will make sure she never lets it happen again.

Highly recommended.

Author: Rosie Molinary, 409 pages