This relates to the class because our textbook is about continuing bonds and I think it is important to understand the difference between getting over someone, and accepting the passing of a loved one. In an article called Ducking Grief in the New York Times it talks about a mother who lost a child/daughter and everywhere she went it reminded her of the lost of her daughter. The author goes to say, "They coexist within me, pleasure and sorrow, shaping who I am and how I see the world.”
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Body appreciation at any size. For a long time I have not felt good about before and after pictures displaying people's weight loss. I understand it's important to them and it signifies a whole host of things; a commitment to their health learning new body and eating skills fitting into clothes they didnt before feeling more frisky and the list goes on and on. But for me personally I have evolved a different experience of weight loss and weight gain. And I suppose at it's core is...... I…
Funny-ish story, once I saw those words "A whole new world" that took me back right to when I was 7. Heh, I miss watching Aladdin.