We rarely feel “ready” for motherhood. This woman learned what it meant to be a mom as she recovered from an eating disorder. Here is her story.
We know the media effects how tweens and teens see their bodies. But in what ways? We interviewed a group of young women to find out more.
In the interview Holli shares with us some of her experiences as a parent who's teaching her children how to eat and live intuitively. But she's also opening up about her own recovery story, and the connections between depression and her eating disorder.
I want [my kids] to be exposed to diverse humans … and bodies … and experiences, so they can be aware of the lies we are sold about one size being beautiful or more capable than the other.
"Help them understand their beauty is not determined by their body."
"It’s not always easy."
"Honestly, I was worried how it would reflect me as a parent."
"Is it true? Can I believe this? Are we ever enough?"