The Self-Esteem Problem in One Minute

One minute to change your vision of beauty

In my dream to heal self-esteem through therapeutic photography, I am often inspired by others. This video sums up so much of what’s wrong in  a succinct way.

I found that by looking at my own body and TRYING to find myself beautiful I learned to be kinder and more forgiving to myself. I believe if we see more body types and sizes that we’ll find a new normal of “beauty”.

Looking at your body in a positive way, where you push the doubts away and affirm that you’re worth of loving yourself, can transform your self-esteem. Confidence is a muscle, you have to push it and work hard to make it stronger.

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Iman is a photographer who, through her unique process of coaching and photography, can show a woman what other people see when they look at her. She is passionate about teaching other photographers how to live and be a professional and making change in the world. She dreams of changing the way women look at their bodies and how the world defines beauty. She also thinks being an instructor on CreativeLIVE would be incredible. Iman battles Lyme disease and shares her unique view of dreaming while fighting for her health. Her post day is Wednesday. info@imanwoods.com Iman Woods If you aren't sure how to comment on this story, click here.

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