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Episode Info: Episode 70 (http://www.hernandezfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/love-your-body-200x300.png)Disclaimer: The materials and content within this podcast are intended as general information only and are not to be considered a substitute for professional legal advice or a consultation with a lawyer.  Leave us a 5-star rating and review on iTunes (http://bit.ly/1ecI7rk) and Stitcher (http://bit.ly/18lKIKt)! 1. Family Law Tip of The Week If you have a pending custody case, remember to do what is in the best interests of your children, not what other people expect you to do. 2. Love Your Body and Create the Life of Your Dreams In this episode of The Family Law Insider, Susan Bremer O'Neill talks to us about loving ourselves and loving our bodies to change our lives in the new year. Susan Bremer O’Neill is the author of the book "From Sex Appeal To Self Appeal: One Woman’s Journey To Recover HER BODY, HER SEXUALITY, HER SELF (http://www.selfappeal.com/from-sex-appeal-to-self-appeal/)." She's a women's empowerment coach and a personal fusion consultant. Love Your Body, Change Your Life "It starts with our body." Our mind has so much to do with how we feel. But how we feel about ourselves lives in our body, and our body is our home. There are many reasons why we don't feel good about our bodies, and Susan is hoping to offer remedy to some of that. Internal And External Noise "Humans have humanness and issues." To be fully happy with our body requires completely shutting out all of the external noise, then coming back to our center and who we are. It's very hard for us to completely shut out all the external noise, and we just work with the internal noise. External Noise—There are many reasons why we're not happy with our body. We've only been told what a physically perfect body is by the media. But...we don't know what's going on in people’s minds. Internal Noise—Everything that was taught to us is interpreted as we are growing up. No matter what their motivations or influences were, we assimilated to the noise of our parents. It Starts With Taking Time “We need to only compare ourselves with ourselves.” Measuring our external appearance to someone else's is setting up ourselves to antipathy. Think of our body not merely as something for others to look at. Instead, think of it as an amazing vehicle that we get to live in everyday that does numerous things for ourselves. Interesting Thought "We don't even take that compliment i
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