At the end of last year, Special K commissioned a study of 1,001 UK adults to highlight the impact of size jibes and shift the conversation around weight to a more positive one. Click here to read more about the survey and it’s results.
Asa result of the shocking finding of the survey, Special K roped in Positivity Psychology Coach Miriam Akhtar to create a plan which reveals the simple steps for a life free from negativity, and thus the Positivity Plan was born.
The Plan comprises of 10 simple steps for a healthy, happier state of mind free from negativity. We all know that having a positive mental attitude is beneficial for our well-being.
Keep reading for a short and sweet, ten point summary of the plan, which I hope will help keep spirits high for any of you girls who are battling with body image issues! Continue reading →
According to a study carried out by Special K late last year, that a third of Brits prepared to end a relationship over size jibes, while half are too insecure about their bodies to be intimate with a partner!
If you think that’s shocking, then here are some more shocking insights gleaned from the same survey.
Read this article in today’s paper and very intrigued to see this play about the trials and triumphs of women who have been sexually abused, though I am pretty sure it will never come to Dubai 😦
The incident that inspired this play (the gang rape and subsequent death of a New Delhi medical student last December) has effected so many of us in such differnt ways. I remember being physically repulsed at the thought of cruelty men are capable of. I didn’t even know her and I still can’t think about her without my eyes welling up. Not very many days go by in between my heart sending out prayers for her and girls like her.