Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Summer Makeover: The Spiritual Diet

For many teens, summer is the perfect opportunity to become someone completely different. The three months between your previous grade at school and the following one seems to hold a promise for a brand new start. In fact, many books and movies are centered around the idea of a teenager’s transition during the summer.

Unfortunately, almost always this "growth" has to do with appearance. For example—if someone feels like a social outcast at school because of the fact that she’s overweight, she may decide to spend the summer losing pounds in order to become the kind of girl who will turn heads next fall. No, it’s not wrong to want to get in shape, or even dye your hair a new color (with your parent’s permission, of course). But what’s your motive behind these goals? (Continue reading at Whole Magazine)

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