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Re: Talking about weight in therapy

Posted by Annierose on May 14, 2008, at 21:26:42

In reply to Re: Talking about weight in therapy Daisym, posted by TherapyGirl on May 13, 2008, at 18:41:51

The current issue of "Oprah" magazine's cover story is about accepting ourselves, our bodies, warts and all. I haven't had a chance to read all the stories, but I like what I read so far.

Thought it was timely to this conversation.

I recently worked on my body image in therapy. I uncovered hidden fears, rejection, just plain ugliness. After beating myself for a few weeks, hiding under my coat, hands over my face, I slowly started really listening to what my therapist was asking me to do. It's not a miracle cure, it's a beginning. I'm sure I'll revisit this topic sooner rather than later.




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