If you’re scared to talk to them, try writing a letter. Maybe researching types of treatment for bulimia first would be helpful, as you could talk to them about what sort of help you’re looking for. Or, if you have close friends, try talking to them first so they can come with you as support when you talk to your parents about it.Comments
Isn’t everyone in some way?
Though you really need to be more specific.Comments
Everyone is entitled to a relationship with their body that is based in care and respect. It’s time to stop thinking of your body as a hostile encasing in which you are imprisoned. So, in search of answers about self-love, I asked eight of the most fabulous curvy women that I know one question: What is the big secret of your relationship to your body? And here’s what they said.
Everyone needs to read this. It is amazing. Love your body, love your self.
Once my move to Austin is finished and I’m all settled in (and after we have the Back On Pointe get-to-know-you party in Austin), I’m going to be working on redesigning and rebranding Back On Pointe, with the help of my friend Emma who runs Dilemma Graphics. I’m so in love with her style, so I’m going to be working with her to create a logo, some buttons, and various graphics for the blog. Basically, expect some aesthetic changes in the coming month or so. (But don’t worry, the blog layout is staying how it is!)
- floridarunning said: That’s right by my house.