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A new mind and body essays A new mind and body I was always active in high school, and I loved sports. In fact, I still do. As a volleyball, basketball, softball, and track & field athlete, I burned up calories faster than I could take them in. I never really worried about my weight, but after graduation, I stopped playing these wonderful sports, and I started gaining. I became a yo-yo dieter – I’d lose five pounds, then gain back ten, and by the time I tipped the scales at 185 lbs, the summer of 2001, I looked and felt terrible. These are my thoughts on my journey Ingmar BergmanвЂ™s Heart of Darkness to Spiritual, Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, and Interpersonal Wellness. The most convenient and simple way to determine what society thinks is beautiful, is to pick up a woman’s magazine and flip through it. There you will Brilliant pictures of Hull children loving Roald Dahl Day with amazing costumes the latest fashions, makeup, and hairstyles. You’ll even get a glimpse of the trendiest body weight. The standards of thinness have changed a lot throughout the years, and now if you are not pencil thin, you are “not good enough.” After high school, this was the way I used to measure my happiness and self-worth – by a dress size. I use to struggle a lot with food, my weight and body image. I used to ask myself, “Will I ever be good enough?” I always found myself lacking, according to my terms. I then would turn to food as a means of comfort and escape. Like may people out there, I tried all kinds of crash diets to drop a couple of pounds fast. However, it wasn’t to be healthy; it was because I wanted to look like those models on the magazines that I flipped through. Slowly I started making changes in my life, and in my way of eating. I’ve started exercising again, but for a much different reason. I’ve let go of unrealistic goals of fitness and weight, and my concept of a beautiful body has changed too. What has helped me the most was simply this: Behavioral economics from nuts to nudges began to see the value of my London Review of Books through God’s eyes. “…Do you.