Your Children Needs To Urself!

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BEiNg SiNglE is My ATtITUde
Super Star
May 7, 2012
“Let’s get up and move around. We’ll feel better if we stretch our arms and legs.” It’s up to you, mom, to show your kids the importance of movement and exercise every single day. “If we can teach our kids early on to move their bodies in joyful ways—playing soccer, stretching or climbing a tree—they will learn to connect to their bodies in a nonjudgmental, non-pressured way,” Weiner says, which is especially important for young girls in a world that’s tough on their appearance. “Rather than seeing their bodies as things to control or punish through movement later in life—as in, ‘Everyone hates to exercise’—let's reframe why we move our body, and create it as a loving extension of self-care and not a punishment.”