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Body Image Breakthrough: Learning to See Your Body and Your Beauty in a Whole New Light


March 2, 2023

Book Details

We struggle with feelings of inadequacy, shame, and even hatred for our physical bodies. But we can be cured of this devotion to the worldly ideal that plagues our culture. This is not just another weight loss book. This book cuts through fad diets and pop psychology to expose the very roots of body issues for women in our culture. Author Jaci Wightman shows us how to eradicate negative thoughts and false beliefs we may have and how to detach ourselves from the unrealistic image society holds. With Christ's help, we can be cleansed and changed, understanding what true beauty is. We will come to love who we are and learn to see ourselves the way the Lord sees us. You will discover what it really means to be beautiful.

Author Description

Jaci Green Wightman (pronounced JAY-see) was raised in five different states before meeting her husband during her freshman year of college. Together, they're now enjoying the daunting task of raising seven children born in just eight years. Jaci was thrilled to graduate from BYU–Idaho with a degree in university studies in 2012, twenty-one years after postponing her schooling to start a family. Underneath all her outward busyness, however, Jaci is simply an ordinary woman who discovered an extraordinary Savior. Her greatest joy lies in teaching and testifying of the One who not only changed her heart, but also radically transformed her entire life.You can contact Jaci at authorjaciwightman@gmail.com.

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