Have you ever felt like 97% of most women?
In a recent poll by Glamour, a stunning 97% percent of women admitted to having at least one "I hate my body" thought each day. Even more depressing? On average, those women – just about all of us – have not one, but 13 negative body thoughts daily.
Join us as we talk to Author Teasi Cannon, who 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." Until, that is, Teasi decided to take a bold step. She would stop hating herself. She would vow to start loving the body God gave her. But at 50 pounds over the weight society deems appropriate, was that even possible?
In My Big Bottom Blessing: How Hating My Body Led to Loving My Life, Teasi recounts her journey in moving (and often hilarious) detail. This isn't just the story of a woman who has finally conquered the negative voices in her head - it's a call to arms.
“The healing truths and humor in this book have been like a song to my spirit. Every woman will find herself—and a new way of seeing—in this life-changing book.” Wynonna Judd, five-time Grammy winner and New York Times best-selling author of "Coming Home to Myself" www.teasicannon.com
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