Diet & Weight Loss
The invisible prison of the body image
We see the beauty in nature. . .why not in ourselves? We are all intrinsically unique in every detail of our physique and each one of us is beautiful in their own way.
Body image & roses
When everybody seems to have a sense of inadequacy about their body, it is time to question what body image is really about.
I still feel like I am fat sometimes
15 years ago I was a lot heavier than I am now – 25 kgs heavier, to be precise – and I still feel like I am fat sometimes.
Our struggle with body image
What is it that drives us to feel compelled to remodel and even disfigure our bodies?
Body image – as we like it?
Body image issues along with body dysmorphia are on the increase pushing the drive for cosmetic surgery and exercise regimes that are aimed at providing the picture-perfect body.
Celebrating my Buddha belly
Why do women hold their belly in? Letting it all hang out – letting our Buddha belly out.
Weight loss magazines, food and you – an eternally vicious cycle
What do the diet industry and diet and weight loss and slimming magazines really offer us? Do they give us the way to attain a ‘dream body’ or is there something else going on?
Childhood obesity: what are we doing to our children?
With the alarming increase in childhood obesity and overweight children in the world, are we looking at the deeper causes? What can parents do differently?
Body Shape – curves from Heaven
We are born with natural curves, shapes and angles, so why do we think we are fat when we are not? This article asks what is beneath our pictures of feeling fat or of not accepting our body shape or weight.
Wanting to be thinner
This article asks us to look beyond the mere physical for the answers to why we always want to be thinner.