We spend our lives striving to achieve the perfection we see in the media but maybe we should start taking more stock in ourselves.
While I find the concept of dragging spouses' histories or appearances into a competition for the next leader of the free world irrelevant and reproachable, the message that the original meme alludes to, reveals a much more pervasive and detrimental attitude held in our current society.
They called it the "Jennifer Salad." By Haley Goldberg, SELF On last night's NBC special, Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows, the...
This diet isn't for everyone, and it's not meant to be -- most people aren't supermodels or NFL quarterbacks for a living, after all.
We have more pressing intel on something that the fans really want to know.
Body shaming is a part of American culture, at once abhorrent and everywhere. Women are shamed for being fat, skinny, tall, short, flat chested, busty, too plain, too sexy. But lately, there seems to be a different response from women -- frustration followed by acceptance and moving on.
Every princess pees and poops several times every day, if her digestive tract is healthy. So why are we being uptight about our needs? Society and ...
When your professional title is "Skinny Girl," of course wearing your 4-year-old's pajama set is going to spark controversy. Bethenny Frankel's fortune gets bigger as she "helps" women get physically smaller.
Totally doable tips to staying slim and fit from some of our favorite healthy ladies. Which star's trick works best for you?
Why do we allow ourselves to get stuck in patterns of pathological dieting, shaming and self-loathing, disordered eating habits, misogyny and social anxieties over what is, essentially, a couple of napkins held together with string?
During her entire pregnancy, I'm pretty sure her body was present and accounted for. She was, in fact, using that body to create another human life, so how did she "get it back," and from where?
There are some deep cultural implications that we can glean from this here saggy boob or perceived saggy boob syndrome. The truth is, my boobs aren't really THAT saggy, but I think what's deceptive about their downward persuasion is that they're REAL!
Memo to Gwyneth: 6 cups of hot water with a couple of random chickpeas floating in it, do not a soup make.
Celebrity weight loss stories are called out as destructive and anti-feminist. And yet, there's something refreshing -- and, perhaps, even healthy -- about those celebrities who publicly discuss their ups and downs.
The fitness industry is a lot like fashion, where old trends come back into vogue but usually with a updated twist. If it's tried and true, and there's research to back it up, it will be back or here to stay.
A constant flame war rages in society between two extreme sides. One side loses it anytime someone says anything that seems slightly not "body positive," and the other side loses it anytime someone says anything that seems to "normalize obesity."