journal1-mybody

journal1-mybody - Logan Spring Love Thyself Professor...

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Logan Spring 1/29/08 Love Thyself Professor Wegman For most of my life, I didn’t have any body image problems. Actually, until recently, the only time I remember having any issues was for a few months in middle school. While I wouldn’t say that I was full fledged anorexic, I would say that there was a point in time where I was scared to eat, especially in front of other people. This had less to do with how my body looked, and more to do with me thinking that is what the ‘pretty girls’ did to be pretty. I realized quickly that I could not avoid food, mostly because I love everything about it! After that I started cooking and experimenting with different recipes, and until I was about 16, never had a problem again. In sophomore year of high school I moved in with my dad. Before that, at my mom’s house, the only real rule about eating was that the kitchen was closed at 9:30 or so. At my dads, things were different. My dad is much more health conscious than my mother, and realized quickly that I was eating not only more than necessary, but also more frequently then necessary. He discouraged me from many of my current eating habits (like eating a whole box of Freihofer's cookies with my friends after school). He
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