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Body Image Boosters From The Blogosphere 6.15.14

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A positive body image goes beyond liking your looks. It encompasses taking good care of yourself and leading a fulfilling life. In this weekly series, I share some of my favorite posts from some of my favorite bloggers on this topic. Sometimes I also share relevant pieces that I’ve written elsewhere. Hope you find these links inspiring!

When the real me meets the photo me.

The power of our personal stories.

Finding joy in the cracks and crevices of painful moments.

10 keys to self-love.

“I understand that my issues are HOW I am, not WHO I am.”

“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” ~ Marcus Aurelius

More beautiful quotes.

9 healthy ways to deal with distress.

A technique for feeling painful feelings.

Noticing the little things.

An inspiring way to explore your creativity.

Speaking of creativity, I love this idea of a creative immersion.

How to be determined.

How can I like my body a little bit every day? Anna has a great practice to try.

The art of healthy boundaries.

If I only have one more chance to tell you

What words are inspiring you this week?

Body Image Boosters From The Blogosphere 6.15.14

Margarita Tartakovsky, MS

Margarita is an associate editor at She writes about everything from taking compassionate care of yourself at any weight, shape, and size, to coping healthfully with difficult emotions. Her goal is to give readers practical, empowering tips to better their lives, and to remind you that whatever you're struggling with, you're never, ever alone.

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Tartakovsky, M. (2019). Body Image Boosters From The Blogosphere 6.15.14. Psych Central. Retrieved on May 24, 2019, from


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