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this is for your inner child…seriously

I’m so excited to share my mom’s newest book and her first book written for children, Beautiful Girl: Celebrating the Wonders of Your Body.

This book is designed for little girls to learn how magical and perfect their bodies are. And it’s also designed for women of all ages to be reminded.

At some point within the first few years of being born, you knew you were completely beautiful and lacking in nothing. Then, if you’re anything like 99.9% of women out there, you forgot somewhere along the way.

I was so happy to interview my mom for the latest episode of Glimpse TV to chat about how women relate to their bodies, how we can improve our relationships with our bodies, and how we can help the little girls in our lives love themselves.

Watch the video below to tune in to our conversation.

Then, go grab your copy of Beautiful Girl.

Everyone who purchases the book will get a free pass to attend a 2-hour live online event on Thursday, January 24th where I’ll be joining my mom and my sister Ann. The event will be lead by my mom, Dr. Christiane Northrup, and is entitled Feeling Beautiful.

In the comments below please tell us about your relationship with your body and one thing you’re going to begin doing to love yourself more and inspire the little girls in your life to do the same.

 

P.S. Speaking of learning to love your body, have you joined the party over at TheFoxyBod.com yet? I’m sending an email inviting only the people on that list to an exclusive webinar I’m doing tonight at 8pm EST. You won’t want to miss it so be sure to join the list at www.thefoxybod.com now so you won’t miss the announcement later on this afternoon.

  • Wonderful! As a former child therapist I’m thrilled that your gifts have been shared with this age group. I will definitely recommend this to my colleagues and friends!

    Love and blessings to you both!

    Jennifer

  • My book is ordered. I cannot wait to share it with my daughter Cecilia. I make sure to keep my vocal self-talk positive, and accentuate what I DO like about my body. When Cece or someone else gives me a compliment, I make sure to say “thank you” even if my perception was different. I am committed not to pass on my familial belly hatred to my daughter, so I take time to touch my own belly, to not always try to “hide” it and to focus on everything she has done for me- like housing my organs and my baby!
    You and your mom and sister are so inspiring!

  • What a wonderful interview, Kate! I already ordered three copies of “Beautiful Girl” and know that I will be ordering many more in the future. I can’t wait to read it myself and give it to the little girls (and big girls, too!) in my life. My own daughter is 26 and was adopted as an infant. This reminds me of how important it was to have picture books about adoption to read to her at an early age. So true what you said about our collective stories…

    Much love to you and your wonderful mom,
    Barbara

  • What a wonderful interview, Kate! I already ordered three copies of “Beautiful Girl” and know that I will be ordering many more in the future. I can’t wait to read it myself and give it to the little girls (and big girls, too!) in my life. My own daughter is 26 and was adopted as an infant. This reminds me of how important it was to have picture books about adoption to read to her at an early age. So true what you said about our collective stories…

    Much love to you and your wonderful mom,
    Barbara

    • Kate says:

      Thank you for your comment Barbara! I read it and it brought tears to my eyes. Your and your daughter’s collective stories of teaching her about adoption early on really touched me. Thank you.

  • Patricia Cinque says:

    Talk about synchronicity. I just completed a distance Reiki healing on myself to create healing when I was in utero and then I saw this video. As a Reiki practitioner this is the perfect accompaniment for any woman who wishes to go back in time and heal her very special self at any age, particularly the most forgotten tender years. Only when the past is healed can someone move forward. Perfect for ALL ages. Can’t wait to get my copy! Namaste.

  • Maria says:

    2 inspirational women. Thanks for this interview. Best wishes to you both.

  • Belinda says:

    Awesome! My favorite people interviewing together!! Thank you BOTH! I love the book & it spoke volumes to me at 49. It is great for any age.

  • Jasmin Gilliam says:

    My own relationship to my body was rather destructive in the past. I did not love it, I hated it for the most part, especially during pregnancy. I learned the hard way when it started getting bent out of shape that I needed to love it. I have a daughter and have been learning through her to be better to myself, taking relaxing baths, enjoying walks and movement, getting good nutrition and not getting sucked into the competitive body image ideas anymore. I will order this book and do some more healing for me and for all the girls I come in contact with. It is about emphasizing the beauty we have and maybe a girl’s ritual or rite of passage would be a good way to communicate that.

  • Trish Lau says:

    I received this beautiful book a few days ago and was so moved by it that I purchased it for my girls: my best friends and their daughters. This book is nothing short of magical and truly a work of art. I am considering purchasing a second copy just so I can frame the illustrations and hang them in my bedroom! Thank you!

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