The thoughts written in this blog do indicate the way people are treated abnormally because they have different hair, body, shape, size and colour. The review plus recipe plus awareness make it a power-packed post. Stop body shaming. Be aware of the truth like my friend is. Follow her on https://foodinbooks.com. thank you so much for writing such a great post, Vanessa.
I suppose this book would fall under the category “chick-lit” which I generally loathe. However, I read Bridget Jones’s Diary years ago and remember laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes, and the film version with Renee Zellwegger, was similarly hilarious and heart-felt. It’s still as funny today and I found myself snickering yet again as I reread it last week. I suppose many of us who were singletons in our mid-30s could definitely relate to many of the themes in this book – wanting to find a relationship, parental issues, being stuck between two different lovers, trying to find the right job – but for me, the underlying theme that stood out to me then and now was the concept of loving yourself and finding someone who was going to love you just as you were, warts and imperfections and cellulite and all.
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