Beautiful At Any Size Book Launch

BeautifulCoverThe Plus Size Woman’s Guide To Nurturing Confidence and Self-Esteem

Yesterday I had the pleasure to interview Stephanie Rainbow Bell about her new book BEAUTIFUL AT ANY SIZE which is launching today.


If you are “fed-up-to-here!” of feeling FAT, BAD and WRONG, then this book, BEAUTIFUL AT ANY SIZE – The Plus Size Woman’s Guide to Nurturing Confidence & Self-Esteem, will change your life dramatically for the better when you read it and actively practice the many easy-to-follow techniques and processes throughout the book. This easy-to-read book is chock full of hope, wisdom, inspiration and practical tools and tips to bring you inner peace as well as
helping you reveal your power and potential when you learn to finally stop feeling fat, bad and wrong about your body! Get your copy today and over 30 bonus gifts too at:http://BeautifulAtAnySizeBook.com or Amazon to buy the book NOW.

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6 thoughts on “Beautiful At Any Size Book Launch”

  1. Hello Suzie,
    thanks for this share. Yes, we cant all be models, and if someone has a few more weight doesnt mean that cant fee good about himself/herself. but, really, what is considered to be a model? A skinny women without any shape? Naaah…In the end, women with more elegant shape are more sexy, they are healthier, and more beautiful.
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  2. Cathy Taughinbaugh
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    Hi Suzie and Stephanie,

    We all can’t be the size 0 like the models and some women struggle their whole life with their weight. It is important to be healthy, but it is also important to accept yourself as you are. There is so much pressure these days to look a certain way, which is very damaging to women. Sounds like a great book.
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  3. Learning to be comfortable in our own skin is something that really isn’t key in the communication we have with magazines and TV these days. I think more awareness should be raised around issues people have with the way they look.

    I think people are beautiful at any size and I wish the world was a bit more like me.

    Nice post.
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