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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Finally, here is a book I can confidently describe as the psychology of the body, The Body Image Blueprint: Your Go-To Guide for Radical Self-Reverence by Jenny Berk, a book that brilliantly traces the path that allows readers to master the art of body image building. The title itself made me think about a number of words — self-love, self-pity, self-image, self-confidence, etc. — words that are built around the way we see ourselves and how we feel in our own skin. In an age where a lot of importance is put on appearances, it can be very common for readers to be intimidated by the “modeling” that runs through contemporary culture, become obsessed with dieting and go through a lot of stress to create a healthy body image. In this book, the author offers readers the tools that will allow them to build their own body blueprint, develop a strong and intimate connection with their body, and boost their sense of body love.
This book was a timely message for me because, like many people, I find myself feeling anxious about some few added pounds on my body. Jenny Berk writes with great confidence and combines personal experiences, sometimes raw and ruthlessly honest, interactions with men and women and conversations on the body blueprint, and her expertise in psychology to craft a message that will revolutionize the way most of us see our bodies. You will feel and think differently about your body after reading this book and the best part is that it teaches you how to accept who you are. The Body Image Blueprint: Your Go-To Guide for Radical Self-Reverence will help readers find peace with themselves by helping them clarify their vision of their body and creating a positive relationship with it. It is beautifully written in a strong and enticing voice that is irresistible.