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In Glamour, 97% percent of women admitted to having at least one "I hate my body" thought each day.Those women have not one, but 13 negative body thoughts daily.Teasi knows the feeling well. "For most of my life," she says, “disgust would have been the appropriate word to define what I felt when looking in the mirror."Teasi decided to take a bold step.She would stop hating herself and start loving the body God gave her. But at 50 pounds over the weight society deems appropriate, was that even possible? Teasi recounts her journey in moving (and often hilarious) detail.It isn't the story of a woman who has finally conquered the negative voices in her head,it's a call to arms for all women."Daily, millions of women like you and me go into a bathroom where a lie,a mirror,is waiting to berate them. There are as many different definitions of beauty as there are locations on the map. In some countries, the fatter a woman is, the more beautiful she is. So this is my challenge: To set ourselves free. From the self-sabotage. And from believing that being thin means having true value."From a failed first marriage to an abusive alcoholic, to a fictional "trainer" living inside her head telling her what a fitness failure she was is her unflinchingly honest portrayal of a struggle millions of women experience every day. But it is also a funny, gut-honest tale that will inspire readers of all ages with body image issues to embrace their value and beauty. They’ll learn to silence their own inner critics, debunk self-sabotaging lies, and get spiritually and emotionally happy.
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