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Making Peace with Your Thighs: Get Off the Scales and Get on with Your Life

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Get your thighs off your mind and lose the lies that bind.

Women of America, it's time to stop obsessing and start making peace with your thighs, your waist, and any other body part that leads you to feel inadequate.

Everywhere we turn-magazines, movies, television-we are bombarded with images of what a woman "should" look like. And every image makes body acceptance and conf
ebook, 256 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Apr 20, 2008 Laurie rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This book doesn't know who it's being written to: those who would most benefit from her advice are probably already following it. Those who need her professional help are like to be put off by her glib "just do it" attitude towards those who struggle with their weight. She implies that unless you have an eating disorder there's no reason for you to be unhappy with your weight or to remain that way. Although purporting to be a Christian viewpoint, the Scriptural authority behind her advice is woe ...more
Nov 30, 2011 Holly rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I was really confused by "making peace with your thighs" I believe the author had good intentions, but it fell short. Very, VERY short. The goal was to feel good about yourself by the end of the book. To be free of body insecurity. However i ended the book confused and a bit sad.
It felt like she was so busy telling women it was okay to get plastic surgery if thats what they wanted, rather than telling us how to make peace with our thighs! There was never a point in this book where she shared a
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