Traditionally, women have always sought to change things about themselves. From hair color to styling products, cosmetics and plastic surgery, women have often focused on flaws and found ways to improve upon them. So, instead of seeing flaws and focusing on goals for change, what if we focused on our strengths and things we love? Finish this sentence: “I love my ________.” It could be, I really like my eyes, or my hair, or my cheeks. Or, I love my legs, my breasts, or my behind. Focus on appreciating parts of you that you love, really emphasizing a shift in noticing the positive, as opposed to targeting the negative for change. Loving the parts of you that you embrace will help you to be kinder to yourself, resulting in a happier and healthier you!