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A Cheat Sheet for Feeling Good About Yourself

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By: Lisa M. Hayes 

Many experts agree the BMI is an outdated and useless method of predicting health.

Studies show women who carry a little “extra” weight age healthier and live longer.

Smiling makes people look healthier and more attractive than being the right weight or even wearing make-up.

Your body is at her ideal weight when you are taking care of her the way you know you should.

Pores are not supposed to be microscopic.

Almost everyone has tummy “roles” when they bend over.

A thigh gap is a physical trait found in only a small percentage of healthy, well-nourished female body types.

Not sweating is not healthy.

The most common photo-shop on fashion photos is adding curves back onto stick-thin models who are often naturally bluish from lack of oxygen due to eating disorders.

Proper hydration can reduce signs of aging faster than any anti-aging product on the market.

100% of all advertising and magazine images you see are photoshopped – as in every-single-one of them.

Science has proven that having a positive facial expression makes you more beautiful to others than a full face of make-up.

Aging is more about expectation than biology.

Every commercial image you judge yourself by is a lie. Real human women don’t look like that.


Lisa Hayes, The Love Whisperer, is an LOA Relationship Coach. She helps clients leverage Law of Attraction to get the relationships they dream about and build the lives they want. Lisa is the author of the newly released hit book, Score Your Soulmate and How to Escape from Relationship Hell and The Passion Plan.



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