Monday, October 24, 2016

Critical Fat Care: Recovering from a Concussion

When you get into a car accident and you are Fat, a Woman and African American of Slave Decent, your experience is unique, to say the least. I still and always will believe that my life experiences as a Fat person, outweigh those of being a Black Woman. This could be different for other black […]

Love Yourself and Make Your Summer Sizzle

Summer breezes, swimming on hot days, and steamy nights provide the perfect backdrop for a self love makeover.  Enacting some of the principles of Spiritual Dating can make it happen!  Spiritual Dating can take an unsatisfying romantic life and turn into a fulfilling, sensual, and emotionally safe celebration of love in all it’s forms. Here […]

Eight Amazing and Achievable Wishes with Recovery

Bulimia knocked me out of college. Amazed now that I made it as far as junior. Years later I went back, finished my degree and got a graduate degree and a professional license as well. Just keep going for your recovery and all else will fall into place. Recovery is the key.  See Eight Wishes: […]


As part of the weekly Wednesday posting of my ongoing YouTube series “Body Empowerment,” here’s “Movement (Body Empowerment 62)” originally posted July 16, 2012, on by Caroline Rothstein. In this video, Caroline talks about intuitive movement, and really listening to our bodies desires for movements, rather than imposing what our brains – or the media! – […]

Still Really Young

This guest post graciously submitted and re-posted by Kate Fridkis, from Eat The Damn Cake. For my whole life, I’ve been like, “Well, this sucks. I’ve pretty much amounted to nothing.”  “Another year gone and I have accomplished nothing for the history books or even meritorious of a footnote.” (That’s me on my fifth birthday.) Which is […]

#20 of 108: Party at the Graveyard

This is #20 of 108 Ways to Livin the Moment. Let’s take back our lives one beautiful, funny and delicious moment at a time. #20 of 108: Party at the Graveyard Graveyards have a spooky, scary stigma. But according to yogi Satchidananda, a graveyard is really a junkyard…a silly waste of space. He explains, “There’s […]


I know all too well that starting a wait loss program, is no easy task. It forces us to embark on a whole different kind of power trip that takes a great deal of I will power and even more I won’t power.

Is Hooking Up Good for Girls?

This Guest Post graciously submitted by Rachel Simmons. As a relationship advice columnist for Teen Vogue, I get a lot of mail from girls in “no strings attached” relationships. The girls describe themselves as “kind of” with a guy, “sort of” seeing him, or “hanging out” with him. The guy may be noncommittal, or worse, in another no-strings […]

Is It Too Late to Apologize?

This Guest Post graciously submitted by Rachel Simmons. Hi Rachel, I started college last year and met my friend who quickly became a best friend. The problem is that later on in the year a third friend popped up to make a threesome and I didn’t handle the situation as gracefully as I could have. […]

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