I closed my eyes, tilted my head up to the ever-expanding sky, and inhaled with more ease and mindfulness than I had in years. I thought to myself how easy it is to forget something as unassumingly pure as the breath.
I always tell people: “A good mood is always a 30 minute run away!”
Since you yourself don’t believe that you are enough, you look to the most distant, most uninterested of contenders to give you that validation.
We are not being powered by instincts, feelings or our deepest desires. We are motivated by the expressions of others, commodities and titles.
Then you see girls. Real girls. Their eyelashes go on for miles, their cheeks are a perfect pink, plumped lips, and their legs look so smooth!
Stop looking at other people and wishing you had what they had. Be nice to yourself. Stop putting yourself down and start appreciating who you are and everything you have.
Internalized objectification, self-objectification, female self-objectification … call it what you will. It’s seeing ourselves as sex objects for male sexual pleasure, and we need to talk about it NOW.
If you’re like most Americans, chances are good that you have preconceived notions about tantric sex.
OK, so maybe you don’t have a 401K and choose Seamless over a stocked fridge. There’s still a good chance you’re on your A-game overall.
No matter what we do, we’ll always upset or disrespect someone who thinks we’re body-shaming or not body-shaming enough.