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November 23, 2014

Why Your Self-Esteem Shouldn’t Be Tied To the Numbers on Your Bathroom Scale

Allana Pratt is an Intimacy and Relationship Expert, Radio and Television host, coach and speaker whose goal is to help others being authentic in their intimacies. In this video Allana gives excellent advice to a woman whose self esteem seems tied to the numbers on her bathroom scale.

Who says you’re not a Goddess?

In our society, it is difficult for humans to recognize their own value. Instead of celebrating and embracing ourselves for the people we are, we tend to accept the evaluations of others which are based, for example, on the images of runway models or movie stars which are totally unrealistic. For this reason, people in general and women in particular are engaged in a war with their bodies. To one degree or another they hate their own physical attributes and spend their lives trying to change/

You are not a number!

For these people, who value themselves by a number, whether it be the number on their bathroom scales or the number of candles on their birthday tofu, Allana advises tossing the bathroom scales and birthday candles in the nearest dumpster. The things which measure this false evaluation of your worth need to become unwelcome in your life. Instead, you need to concentrate on what is good about you. You do this through eliminating the measuring devices, clearing your belief system of irrational goals and expectations, and beginning to celebrate who you really are and not what somebody else says you should be.

Return to sender

It is common for us humans to take as gospel the valuations of others. Whether it’s a parent or a significant other, some people who share your life will tell you lies about who and what you are. They may tell you that you’re too fat, too thin, too muscular, or too tall. Your job is to find your own set of truths about your body and embrace and accept them. The opinions of others are irrelevant and should not be incorporated in your self-esteem system. What YOU think matters, and you must learn to accept and celebrate what is good, and right ,and lovely about you.

Weight-dependent self esteem is a common problem for many women. It is a long journey toward becoming at ease with your body that must involve daily exercise in acceptance. Allana recommends seeking help in this journey from others who are similarly situated since there really is strength in numbers.

About Allana Pratt

Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt brings dignity to the ‘taboo.’ Featured on CBS, TLC, FOX, coach to celebrities, a cum laude graduate of Columbia, Allana’s a single mom who battled an internal war of body shame and sexual guilt that destroyed her confidence, joy and softness. Now, author of 3 books, she pole dances for pleasure, and knows ‘When mama’s happy, everybody’s happy!’ Thousands flock to her sexy empowering show Intimate Conversations LIVE. She inspires women to embrace their sacred erotic nature to attract all the love and attention they choose.

To know more about Allana, visit her website below.




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