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Assumptions Based on Your Size?

Do you just assume skinny people are physically fit just because they’re skinny?  If you see a large man or woman, do you just assume he or she doe not exercise?  What assumptions about size and exercise are you personally playing out based on your own size and shape…and how might those assumption be dictating what you are and are not willing to do toward getting healthier?

Here is the most important advice I could possibly share with you about exercise…

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  1. Lucinda Vette says:

    I’m so excited about your blog AND the membership site. I keep telling people about the ‘work’ we’ve done together, and how you’ve given me tools to change my entire outlook- and life. My hope for everyone who struggles with body image, eating disorders, food issues and all the difficulties that come with those things is to discover the freedom and sheer thrill for life that comes through living consciously, creatively, and connected to the present. This is exciting!

  2. Isabele says:

    Great Post, I was a vitum of eating doiotres just about everynight. I would buy the family size and eat the whole damm bag before i went to bed. Well I decided to do something about it. I got rid of all the junk food in the house and bought a bunch of vegitables and if i wanted a snack the only thing there was to eat in the house was fresh vegies. This took some time to get used to and i even had sleepless nights over it but in a few weeks it was more normal than something I had to do.

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