How to love the skin you're in – an inspirational lifestyle book by the world’s leading body acceptance activist.
‘Your body is not an ornament – it is the vehicle to your dreams.’
When was the last time you wore a bikini without a care in the world? Did a bomb in the pool? Or participated in an activity that gave you such a thrill you almost wet your pants? (Or you actually did!)
Taryn Brumfitt – Director of award winning documentary Embrace and fiercely passionate champion of women – has inspired over a million people across the world to embrace their bodies. Her message is urgent, critical, and incredibly inspiring. Learn to accept your body for all the wonderful gifts it brings you and reject the destructive fake images we are bombarded with every day.
Embrace Yourself is the ultimate ‘how to’ guide to loving your body at every shape and size. Do you hate your body and want to learn how to let go of the unhappiness it brings? Do you just want to reach a greater sense of body-loving nirvana? If the answer is yes, then this book might just change your life.
It’s time to access your joy. It’s time to Embrace Yourself.
About the Author
Taryn Brumfitt is an internationally recognised keynote speaker and the fiercely passionate thought leader behind the Body Image Movement.
Bestselling author and director of the inspiring social-change documentary Embrace, Taryn's global crusade to end the body dissatisfaction epidemic has seen her recognised by the United Nations Women, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls and the Geena Davis Institute.
Whether motivating the next generation at Google HQ or inspiring crowds on the international speakers circuit, Taryn's determination to shift the way the world thinks about themselves and their bodies has ben praised as being 'good for the world'. Named alongside Beyonce and Emma Watson in Brigitte magazine's 'Woman of The Year', Taryn's positively infectious voice and powerful message has reached over 200 million people.
Taryn lives in Adelaide, Australia with her husband Mathew, three children, one dog, one turtle and ten fish.