Not like what you see when you look in the mirror?
Feel crippled by low self-esteem or self-worth?
Let your worries of your physical body affect your life?
What if I told you that you could...
Feel confident in your body?
Redefine what beauty is entirely?
Embody sexiness by accepting and loving your body as you currently are right now?
Fall in love with your body!
Body Positivity is an e-course carefully constructed that will re-teach you about beauty and sexiness. It will let you learn how to not only accept, but fall in love with your body through the power of self-love and body-love. By falling in love with your body, you can open the doors to bigger and broader self-esteem, confidence, and worth which makes way for a happier, healthier, more beautiful life!
This class is anyone who has ever struggled with low self-esteem. It's for students, entrepreneurs, and stay-at-home moms. It's for the person who feels unsatisfied with their life or body, goes through every day on autopilot, or can't seem to stop comparing themselves to other people. It's for people who are ready to start smiling when they look in the mirror instead of spiraling.
"Having spent many years trapped in a vicious cycle of body dysmorphia, toxic relationships and binge eating disorder I understood what it was to wake up everyday looking in the mirror and not seeing beauty or feeling any sort of self love. I constantly compared myself to others instead of looking at the gifts I already possessed within me. The day I met Mary changed me forever. She picked up all the pieces and put me back together like a puzzle. She helped me to rid negativity and energy vampires out of my life and for the first time I realized I was more than my weight. I was and am beautiful. She made me appreciate the small things and for someone like myself who has struggled with depression, she showed me that I did deserve love and acceptance that maybe the world isn't such a bad place and that there are good people doing great things. What she has given me is priceless and I am forever grateful."
I've suffered from mental illness since I was eight-years-old, and I'm no stranger to those struggles. I took medication that caused me to gain one-hundred pounds, and I know what it's like to be uncomfortable with your body and feel like you hate it. I know what it's like to feel worthless, hopeless, and ugly.
I also know that it's possible to see the light again and come out the other side. You can love your body the same way you did when you were a child. Happiness is possible for you because it was possible for me.
After learning to love myself and my body, I was able to quit my day job and make a living doing what I'm truly passionate about.
I've been able to build a strong core group of friends who support and inspire me. I've been able to release people who don't make me happy in life.
I've entered the healthiest romantic relationship of my life, free of drama and judgement and full of love and understanding.
I've been able to step out into the public eye with less than nothing on, and stand up for what I believe -- that all bodies are beautiful. I've been able to throw caution to the wind and forget about the definition of "flattering".
This is possible for you!
For two-thirds of my life, I've suffered from mental illnesses like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tourette's Syndrome, and Depression. I fought with symptoms that caused other issues like incredibly low self-esteem and self-mutilation. I lived in a very dark place for a long time, but made it through to the other side where I landed on a pile of glitter.
Since then, I've realized how wonderful life is, even when it's hard. I've learned how to embrace who I am, whether that person is grumpy, overweight, or down-right strange. I've figured out how to love myself unconditionally, even on the toughest days, and that makes everything in life much more beautiful.
I'm an expert on self loathing and self love, and I'm here to help you quit the former and fall head first into the latter. I believe my struggle with mental illness and past self hate makes me more eligible to teach you about self love and the path to happiness because I'm not a self-proclaimed guru who can't relate to your feelings of despair. I know what both sides are like and I genuinely want to help you.
Photos: Maura Housley