Looking Good, But Feeling Bad: How a Healthy Body Image Can Set You Free to Enjoy the Way You Look
In this revealing analysis of the power of body image, therapist and author Mary Ann Mayo helps readers explore their attitudes toward their bodies. She shares the private battles of those who wrestle with unrealistic standards, and shows how to achieve a healthy mental, emotional, and spiritual perspective.
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