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More Of Me To Love: Q&A With Co-Founder Jay Solomon

I’ve loved the website More of Me to Love for a long time. It’s a positive and inspiring space that provides valuable insight on building a healthier body image and life — for everyone. Its blogs are written by experts who offer tons of helpful tools on everything from nourishing your body to finding movement you love.

So today I’m thrilled to present my interview with its co-founder Jay Solomon. As Solomon says, More of Me to Love is “a place for people of all sizes to learn to love their bodies and themselves.” Along with his wife and team, Solomon has spent three years building this valuable site.

Solomon has studied and written about the importance of rights, respect and acceptance for all people. In addition to writing about religion and popular culture, including his first book, The Zen of South Park, Solomon writes and blogs about Size Acceptance and Health at Every Size to stop discrimination however he can.

Below, he reveals why he started More of Me to Love and clears up the many myths behind Health At Every Size.

(By the way, here’s more info about that picture up top.)

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More Of Me To Love: Q&A With Co-Founder Jay Solomon

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  1. This is a wonderful interview. Jay’s MOMTL site is a vital part of the HAES and Size Acceptance community. A “safe haven” of education, support and opportunities for activism. I hope your interview helps to increase awareness of their site exponentially! Thank you!
    Warmly, Dr. Deah Schwartz

  2. WOW! I can’t believe I didn’t know about this site before now! I’m thrilled! Thank you so much!!!


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