Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance

Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance

Rosie Molinary / Oct 21, 2020

Beautiful You A Daily Guide to Radical Self Acceptance In Beautiful You author Rosie Molinary forcefully encourages women whatever their size shape or color to work toward feeling wonderful about themselves despite todayOCOs media saturated culture Draw

  • Title: Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance
  • Author: Rosie Molinary
  • ISBN: 9781580053815
  • Page: 453
  • Format: ebook
  • In Beautiful You author Rosie Molinary forcefully encourages women whatever their size, shape, or color to work toward feeling wonderful about themselves despite todayOCOs media saturated culture Drawing on self awareness, creativity, and mind body connections, Molinary incorporates practical techniques into a 365 day action plan that empowers women to regain a healIn Beautiful You author Rosie Molinary forcefully encourages women whatever their size, shape, or color to work toward feeling wonderful about themselves despite todayOCOs media saturated culture Drawing on self awareness, creativity, and mind body connections, Molinary incorporates practical techniques into a 365 day action plan that empowers women to regain a healthy self image, shore up self confidence, reframe and break undermining habits of self criticism, and champion their own emotional and physical well being Through accessible, doable daily actions, women and girls learn to manifest a healthy outlook on life teaching them to live large, and starting them on the path to learning to love themselves and others Molinary steers clear of the florid affirmations and daily meditations often utilized by books geared toward personal growth, instead delivering a hip, modern guide of inspirational thought that keeps pace with the times A practical, candid, and accessible handbook, Beautiful You strikes a chord with every woman who has ever faltered in her self confidence or lost her personal brilliance and it makes sure she never lets it happen again.

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    About "Rosie Molinary"

      • Rosie Molinary

        Author, speaker, and teacher, Rosie Molinary, MFA, had earlier careers as a high school teacher, coach, and college administrator Her poetry and non fiction have been published in various literary magazines and books, and she has contributed to various magazines and websites.Rosie s second book, Beautiful You A Daily Guide to Radical Self Acceptance, will be published in October 2010 by Seal Press Hijas Americanas, her book on Latina body image in America, was published by Seal Press in June 2007 In addition to writing, she teaches at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and speaks on body image, diversity, self awareness, social justice and writing around the country.In her free time, Rosie paints, enjoys the outdoors, obsesses over NFL football, and works on social justice issues in her community She helped found HAMMERS, a non profit initiative to provide emergency home repair for low income families in her community, and Circle de Luz, a non profit that radically empowers young Latinas by supporting and inspiring them in the pursuit of their possibilities through extensive mentoring, programming and scholarship funds for further education Rosie lives in North Carolina.


    529 Comments

    1. Meh. I worked my way through a few months' worth of exercises in this book, but frankly found quite a few of them to be shallow and vapid. I need help with serious body image issues, not platitudes about remembering that I'm special, that all bodies are beautiful, and that I am more than just my body. Yes, okay, fine, all that is well and good, but when you seriously hate your body--are plagued with terrible thoughts and have self-worth issues that go back to your childhood--a book telling you t [...]


    2. "A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance" is exactly what this book is. You get 365 life-prompts. Sometimes they are for your journal, sometimes things to do or things to not do (stop apologizing!). I didn't read every page as I think part of the fun of a book like this should be to discover your next step. I plan to start using this book later this year when I have time to commit to it. Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher.


    3. Meh. Just like the Dove ads - plays right into the notion that we have to be beautiful to have any worth, even if that definition of beautiful is supposedly more enlightened. It's not.


    4. I really admire Molinary for putting this book together because I heartily agree with her main point: women are much too hard on themselves when it comes to physical appearance. As women, we are never satisfied with our bodies, and sadly, we seem to equate our self-worth with those same imperfect physical shapes. And it seems that the self-hatred starts earlier and earlier, with girls as young as 5 and 6 going on "diets" because they believe they're "too fat". I won't go into great detail about [...]


    5. There are days when I fall into an inconsolable pit of self-loathing. On these days, I often feel like a fat, miserly, uninteresting, socially inept, unattractive, psychotic, waste of life force. It was on one of those days that I purchased this book. I admit that I can't give it a fair review because I only did the first three exercises, and they seemed like they'd help someone who really needed them. The problem is, that usually, those days for me are sparked by something specific and I have a [...]


    6. The start of the year is always a nice time to begin a journal or a daily guide. Even better—how about combining the two for even more powerful self-exploration!Rosie Molinary in Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance shares 365 days of practical and doable suggestions to make changes in your self-perception and learn to appreciate the beautiful, talented, and wonderful person you are. Each day starts off withTo read more of this review, please visit: kathrynvwhite/1/post/2


    7. I read this through over the course of a week instead of taking it day-by-day as its intended. Didn't keep a journal, either, but no matter how you use this book, the message is clear: there are more fulfilling/satisfying/enlightening things in life than how you look. Thought-provoking in a very important way.


    8. This book is a great way to increase your confidence, joie de vivre, and celebration of yourself and others as whole people, not just bodies. It's much more than a body-image book. Rosie Molinary is an awesome, thoughtful, exciting writer and person. I would recommend this to most anyone.


    9. I am not counting this in my total for the year, since I only skimmed it. A daily workbook of a sort, with activities and meditations to help you come to a greater sense of body acceptance and love.



    10. I didn't realize this was a one-exercise-per-day bookbut it is SO worth the time, effort, and energy! This is an amazing book that every woman should work through. Thanks, Rosie! <3


    11. This book is a good jumping off point into the world of body positivity. I really like its no-nonsense outlook. Keeping a journal really does help


    12. A little repetitive and simplistic, but also contains some practical and thoughtful advice. Recommended for young women especially.


    13. A good book with some great devoitonals, specifically targeted at women's body issues. I was hoping it would have had a more wholistic approach to embracing self-beauty. Good stuff, though.


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