The Body Positive community shares stories about our experiences along the journey to self-love.
More and more Black leaders are taking their rightful positions within the Body Positive movement.
Amidst the pain of treating sometimes incurable eating disorders, Elizabeth Scott shares how focusing on prevention gives her strength.
The challenges facing queer people when they want to start a family are one of many injustices in a system that doesn't honor diversity.
Throughout our life stages, we are trained to distrust and dislike our bodies. There is an alternative.
When we practice a body positive lifestyle, we can still have bad body image days. How do we cope without falling back on old patterns?
Marialuisa Mendiola, founder of MIGA Swimwear, discusses her experience growing up with a deformity and how it shaped her life's mission.
The co-founder of The Body Positive discusses how her love of African Dance reminds her that movement is about more than just "getting fit"
Maintaining a Body Positive and weight neutral outlook is challenging in the face of pain and weight gain, but the benefits are clear.
Three stories highlighting the choice we are often faced with between love and fear.
Jessica Diaz France, board chair of The Body Positive, describes the joy of self-love that she has been experiencing during her pregnancy
A recently trained Body Positive Facilitator and volunteer at The Body Positive shares her self-love journey as a fat, brown, queer woman.
Connie explains why the word 'sorry' as it is used these days causes her concern.
Guest blogger Angie Siebert, a former corporate wellness professional, finds peace and healing with The Body Positive and nature.
Naomi's story of being told as a child that her body was "wrong" on a visit to a dietitian, and how this caused lasting eating problems.
We thought "Change the world, not your body" was a powerful catchphrase - until we realized how it excludes trans people, among others.
A story that illustrates the power of listening to body wisdom as a source of protection.
Banter about "morbid obesity" and donuts overheard in a cafe leads to a brave moment of activism.
Today my sister Stephanie would have turned 60. Sadly, her life ended early due to her battle with her body and her beliefs about beauty.
Dealing with seemingly innocuous comments about bodies and food from friends and family can be tough. Leaning on your Body Positive community helps!
How many soft boiled eggs can a five-year-old eat?
When the world is hurting, is there a place for self love?
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