Your worth can’t be measured by the numbers on the scale, the size of your clothes, or the reflection in the mirror. Love your body and love yourself.
Every. Single. Day.
Created and operated by Family Services of the North Shore, this innovative program supports BC youth, families, educators and professionals through online resources, live events, social media, and the Love Our Bodies, Love Ourselves movement.
"Comparing is a difficult habit to break because it’s natural to observe others when in our environment. What is most important is tackling the automatic negative thoughts you have about yourself when you go out. First, know that you are part of a beautiful, vast, and diverse world that is yours to appreciate. Notice how … Read More" ... Read More
"Excellent question! Here are some tips I like to give parents and kids to use in order to create a more positive body image environment at home: When talking about your own body – be kind, don’t speak negatively about it. Remember, you are a role model. Show your child that when you want to make … Read More" ... Read More
It’s that time of year again! As you know, the Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness (PEDAW) Campaign: love our bodies, love ourselves, is launched every year from February 1-7 with activities and events taking place throughout the year. It is a province wide effort to raise awareness around prevention and early intervention of eating disorders as … Read More
A picture is worth a thousand words. This idiom mocks me as I stare down at the white A4 printer paper before me. I am at a loss. Where do I start? I am seated at my first art therapy session with a registered art therapist. She has asked me to doodle about how I … Read MoreView all blog posts...
This program is dedicated to Jessie Alexander, who inspires us to practice daily kindness – both to ourselves and to others. Known for her warm smile, easy laugh and unwavering compassion, this is her legacy of love.
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Negative thoughts can be overwhelming and convincing. They can cause stress, fear, shame, or anxiety. Here is a helpful tip to THINK about your..