Lily Myers, Shrinking Women & the Power of the Spoken Word. {Video}

Via on Oct 19, 2013

 

“Across from me at the kitchen table, my mother smiles over red wine that she drinks out of a measuring glass.

She says she doesn’t deprive herself but I’ve learned to find nuances in every movement of her fork and the crinkle in her brow as she offers me the uneaten pieces on her plate.

I realize she only eats dinner when I suggest it. I wonder what she does when I’m not there to do so.”

 

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3 Responses to “Lily Myers, Shrinking Women & the Power of the Spoken Word. {Video}”

  1. Sara Lovelace sara lovelace says:

    Blown away by this. So true. So true.

  2. I saw this and loved it and was glad it was recognized. I'd also like to see expressed why women gain weight, because I think it's often connected to wanting to cover yourself, make yourself less overtly sexualized and to hide…

  3. Jennifer S. White jenniferswhite says:

    Love the re-share for International Women's Day!

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