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"The joys of (being an SSBBW) is we are more down to earth and more understanding. We know how it is to be avoided and we try not to avoid people because of that and I think we are more beautiful than the skinny women." ~ MeLissa [SSBBW]


Health at Every Size - these are the buzz words around the internet these days. Are you healthy? Do you want to be healthier?

What is health? The World Health Organization defined health in its broader sense in 1946 as "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity". Being healthier doesn't mean losing weight. To you it might mean:

We are very happy to announce that we have a Registered Dietician on staff who will be writing our Health At Every Size series as well as answering a reader's question each month. You can read about Shari's philosophy and experience on our staff page. If you have a question for Shari, please email us at

Disclaimer: This advice is not intended to be a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical, health or nutritional advice.

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Part 9: All actions are based on intentions

"When you judge others, you do not define them, you define yourself." - Earl Nightingale?

Do you judge others? (#Keep It Real)

You probably do.

We all do. That's human nature and a basic survival instinct.

What's important is what you do with that judgement.

Are you judge, jury, and executioner?

Personality A: You 'live and let live'. And you try to think the best of others and give them the benefit of the doubt.

Personality B: You allow yourself to criticize others by their actions. Perhaps you compare yourself with others and make mental lists of how you're so much better than them.

If you're more of a B type, don't blame yourself. But ask yourself a few things:

Pearls of wisdom

The first step towards getting rid of any type of judgement addiction is to be truly present in everything you do. (Yes, again with that concept.) This way you'll be able to catch yourself in a judgement.

And instead of believing in that judgement, you can choose to analyze it and ask yourself why you're judging, what you're afraid of, and how you can avoid having this train of thought again.

Submitted by: Shari

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