For many, culture has a huge impact on the way we view our bodies, and it adds another layer of pressure to conform to a certain image. By continuing to work on her self-acceptance, Jeanna is taking the power away from external media and voices to control how she feels about the way she looks.
Jay has navigated body image concerns, gender identity and cultural norms to become their authentic and unapologetic self — and inspire others to do the same.
Understanding what your nutritional needs are while growing up can be confusing, especially when you hear mixed messages. We’ve talked to BC dietitians to clear up some of the questions you may have.
Growing up, Christina often felt caught between two worlds. Now she’s drawing on lessons from her past to help others.
After living through an eating disorder, Tesa felt like she was given a second chance in life. Now, she’s intent on making it count.
Joanna struggled with her mental health, but poetry – and a newfound sense of self-love – helped her get through it.
In order to overcome an eating disorder, Victoria had to find her inner warrior. Then she took to social media, hoping to help other women find their own.