Messages about me: Wade’s Story, A Boy’s Quest for Healthy Body Image

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Join Wade on his personal journey as he navigates through these messages with his friends and family. Learn how you can change the way you see these messages and your body and how you can help others.

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We live in a great big world where we receive and send messages every day. Some of these messages are about our bodies and can alter the way we see ourselves. Join Wade on his personal journey as he navigates through these messages with his friends and family. Learn how you can change the way you see these messages and your body and how you can help others.

Helpful Features for Parents and Teachers include:

•Conversation starters

•Workbook questions

•Simple, meaningful activities

2 reviews for Messages about me: Wade’s Story, A Boy’s Quest for Healthy Body Image

  1. eekahost

    “It’s always important to remember the difference between ‘healthy’ and ‘popular.’ The media puts a lot of ideas and beliefs about what a ‘good body’ looks like into the minds of our children and youth. Wade’s Story is a simple read that makes it easier to teach our children to understand and learn to analyze what the media tells them about their bodies.”– Hannah Herring, Family Studies Graduate

  2. eekahost

    “As someone who has suffered from poor body image my whole life, I can pinpoint what experiences, message, and examples from my childhood greatly influenced that problem for me. Even children who are raised in healthy-body-image homes are constantly seeing via ads and social media that their bodies need to be at a certain standard in order to be deemed acceptable in their own eyes. I would love for kids–both girls AND boys–to arrive into adulthood having a stronger, more accepting relationship with their bodies than I had. This book does just that. It’s straightforward, doable, and a message I can 100% get behind. It covers what we can do within our home as well as how to face the outside messages kids are sure to face. It’s never too early or too late to talk about body image issues; so join the conversation via this book!” –Monica Packer, About Progress, Podcast, Coaching, and Community

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