Plastic is a short film that deals with the obsession of body image….Whilst Anna is preparing for a first date with Henry, a man she has secretly loved for years, everything goes wrong until she discovers the impossible - to sculpt her appearance like clay to any shape she desires. You can watch the whole film HERE
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if I had to rate my sexuality on a scale of 1-10, with 1 being heterosexual and 10 being homosexual, I would rate it √-1
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The body already knows what to eat. It has the wisdom and capacity to choose the right foods, in the right quantities, and it’s constantly telling us what it needs. We’ve simply forgotten to listen. After years of dieting, ignoring our hunger cues, and relying on the opinions of experts, many of…
Normal eating is going to the table hungry and eating until you are satisfied. It is being able to choose food you like and eat it and truly get enough of it—not just stop eating because you think you should. Normal eating is being able to give some thought to your food selection so you get nutritious food, but not being so wary and restrictive that you miss out on enjoyable food. Normal eating is giving yourself permission to eat sometimes because you are happy, sad or bored, or just because it feels good. Normal eating is mostly three meals a day, or four or five, or it can be choosing to munch along the way. It is leaving some cookies on the plate because you know you can have some again tomorrow, or it is eating more now because they taste so wonderful. Normal eating is overeating at times, feeling stuffed and uncomfortable. And it can be undereating at times and wishing you had more. Normal eating is trusting your body to make up for your mistakes in eating. Normal eating takes up some of your time and attention, but keeps its place as only one important area of your life.
In short, normal eating is flexible. It varies in response to your hunger, your schedule, your proximity to food and your feelings."
Ellyn Satter (via epicweightlossjourney)