national eating disorders awareness

Contributed by Whitney Hull-Benson Eating disorders are mental illnesses and are incredibly complex. There is no one “catch all” cause. Each disorder, and why it presents, varies greatly from person to person, and each disorder comes to be through many factors; be it biological, psychological, environmental, or a combination of all three. The most common, known, and researched eating disorders

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a love letter ll from me to me

Dear Me, I know today you might feel alone. You might feel lost or undeserving. Maybe you woke up and asked yourself, “Am I enough?” or “Am I worthy of my own love?” Maybe you can’t answer those questions…at least not yet. Maybe you’ve avoided asking yourself them in the first place, out of fear for the answers you would

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meet your demo babes ll chelsea & laurie share

Chelsea shares: How long have you been be.coming? I’ve been be.coming since the beta project! Tell us about your experience as a demo babe. This was my second time being a demo and, somehow, it was even more exciting than the first time. Bethany and their team made me feel completely comfortable and strong in my body at every turn.

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humans we admire ll sophie faulkenberry

In the third installment of our series, humans we admire, the be.come project spoke to Sophie Faulkenberry, an actress, trainer, and all around badass who has been battling an aggressive form of Lymphoma over the past months. Here is what she had to say. jaime: When you were first diagnosed with cancer, what were your initial feelings towards your body?

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one year of be.coming ll a check-in

We couldn’t be happier to have such wonderful clients who find this project and use it to uncover the strength and peace that has always lived in their minds and bodies. Last week, Marissa sent us this message on Instagram sharing her excitement about reaching 1 full year with the be.come project. Happy 1 year, Marissa! January 15, 2020 marks

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words we wish for

In our series, words we wish for, we pose questions to the community in order to gain perspectives from individuals from all walks of life. In our third installment, we posed the question, “I wish someone told me _______ when I suffered a loss” and here are some of the responses. I wish someone told me… That my body had

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be.coming ll sarah & kristin share

sarah shares the be.come project has had quite an impact on my life, and I have been sharing the project with anyone whom I think will benefit! Initially, I took a video of me be.coming when I first started, but I decided against submitting it due to fear. Recently, I reignited my spiritual practices and felt called to dredge up

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the anti-resolution resolution

Contributed by Whitney Hull-Benson It’s that time of year again, where we make lists of major lifestyle changes—a New You in the New Year. We feel giddy with excitement at what these changes promise us in return, we can taste the satisfaction of conquering our new goals and the accomplishments, a sense of purpose and the ability to “do it

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humans we admire ll mirna valerio

In the second installation of our new series, humans we admire, the be.come project sat down with Mirna Valerio, an American Ultramarathon runner who advocates for inclusion within the running community for those who don’t have stereotypically lean and muscular bodies. Here is what she had to say. jaime: Why did you decide to share your journey with others? You

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retreat recap

The first ever be.come project retreat took place from November 15-17 at the gorgeous 1440 Multiversity campus deep in the redwoods of central California. Members of our community came together in an insanely beautiful setting to explore body-neutrality in a safe environment. Yes, it’s true! Humans supporting humans — spending time together moving because we respect our bodies, not because

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national eating disorders awareness

Contributed by Whitney Hull-Benson Eating disorders are mental illnesses and are incredibly complex. There is no one “catch all” cause. Each disorder, and why it presents, varies greatly from person to person, and each disorder comes to be through many factors; be it biological, psychological, environmental, or a combination of all three. The most common, known, and researched eating disorders

...Continue

a love letter ll from me to me

Dear Me, I know today you might feel alone. You might feel lost or undeserving. Maybe you woke up and asked yourself, “Am I enough?” or “Am I worthy of my own love?” Maybe you can’t answer those questions…at least not yet. Maybe you’ve avoided asking yourself them in the first place, out of fear for the answers you would

...Continue

meet your demo babes ll chelsea & laurie share

Chelsea shares: How long have you been be.coming? I’ve been be.coming since the beta project! Tell us about your experience as a demo babe. This was my second time being a demo and, somehow, it was even more exciting than the first time. Bethany and their team made me feel completely comfortable and strong in my body at every turn.

...Continue

humans we admire ll sophie faulkenberry

In the third installment of our series, humans we admire, the be.come project spoke to Sophie Faulkenberry, an actress, trainer, and all around badass who has been battling an aggressive form of Lymphoma over the past months. Here is what she had to say. jaime: When you were first diagnosed with cancer, what were your initial feelings towards your body?

...Continue

one year of be.coming ll a check-in

We couldn’t be happier to have such wonderful clients who find this project and use it to uncover the strength and peace that has always lived in their minds and bodies. Last week, Marissa sent us this message on Instagram sharing her excitement about reaching 1 full year with the be.come project. Happy 1 year, Marissa! January 15, 2020 marks

...Continue

words we wish for

In our series, words we wish for, we pose questions to the community in order to gain perspectives from individuals from all walks of life. In our third installment, we posed the question, “I wish someone told me _______ when I suffered a loss” and here are some of the responses. I wish someone told me… That my body had

...Continue

be.coming ll sarah & kristin share

sarah shares the be.come project has had quite an impact on my life, and I have been sharing the project with anyone whom I think will benefit! Initially, I took a video of me be.coming when I first started, but I decided against submitting it due to fear. Recently, I reignited my spiritual practices and felt called to dredge up

...Continue

the anti-resolution resolution

Contributed by Whitney Hull-Benson It’s that time of year again, where we make lists of major lifestyle changes—a New You in the New Year. We feel giddy with excitement at what these changes promise us in return, we can taste the satisfaction of conquering our new goals and the accomplishments, a sense of purpose and the ability to “do it

...Continue

humans we admire ll mirna valerio

In the second installation of our new series, humans we admire, the be.come project sat down with Mirna Valerio, an American Ultramarathon runner who advocates for inclusion within the running community for those who don’t have stereotypically lean and muscular bodies. Here is what she had to say. jaime: Why did you decide to share your journey with others? You

...Continue

retreat recap

The first ever be.come project retreat took place from November 15-17 at the gorgeous 1440 Multiversity campus deep in the redwoods of central California. Members of our community came together in an insanely beautiful setting to explore body-neutrality in a safe environment. Yes, it’s true! Humans supporting humans — spending time together moving because we respect our bodies, not because

...Continue

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