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Today, I’m sharing the top 11 Weightless posts that received the most views in 2011. Below, you’ll find posts on everything from self-acceptance and self-care to body image boosters and Health At Every Size.

Also, I want to thank you for reading Weightless. It means a lot to me that you come here, comment and read my words. I hate to sound cliche, but it’s true: Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  1.  Radical Self-Acceptance: Q&A With Author Rosie Molinary 
  2.  30 Things You Can Do Every Day To Boost Your Body Image
  3. How To Boost Your Body Image Without Getting Overwhelmed
  4. 20 Things People With A Positive Body Image Know
  5. The 7 Vital Types Of Self-Care
  6. Is The Idea Of Health At Every Size Just Permission To Be Fat? (This is a guest post by the amazing Amy Pershing.)
  7. 5 Body Image Quick Fixes
  8. 10 Things To Do Tomorrow Morning To Boost Your Body Image
  9. 3 Body Image Myths We Keep On Believing 
  10. Body Image & Self-Reflection: Complete These 15 Sentences 
  11. Essential Body Image Questions To Ask Yourself

Which Weightless posts did you like? What topics would you like to see covered in 2012?

P.S., This is my last post for the week so I want to wish everyone a very happy and healthy New Year! I’ll be in NYC celebrating the holiday with my loved ones.

 


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APA Reference
Tartakovsky, M. (2011). Top 11 Weightless Posts From 2011. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 18, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/weightless/2011/12/top-11-weightless-posts-from-2011/

 

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