Image RESTored: Tear Down Shame and Insecurity to Experience a Body Image Renovation

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Image RESTored: Tear Down Shame and Insecurity to Experience a Body Image Renovation

Image RESTored: Tear Down Shame and Insecurity to Experience a Body Image Renovation

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In Image Restored, Rachael Gilbert takes a difficult topic and makes it feel safe and possible to conquer and overcome it. This book, the activities and worksheets, and the video lessons included are an excellent resource you'll want to hang onto for years to come. I've already shared multiple copies with friends and colleagues. Rachael delivers biblical wisdom and insight in small, easy to digest pieces. Her kind tone and encouraging attitude make sure you know you're not alone in this fight. The Apollo photographs are historic works of art. So in restoring them, I sought to bring out their own beauty. I refrained from recomposing the images by cropping, or trying to leave my own mark or interpretation. Perhaps in some cases this would make a more pleasing image, but it was not my aim.

Image Restored is a resource that I will return to multiple times in the future. The book is filled with treasures from God’s word, wisdom from its passionate author and counselor, Rachael Gilbert, and hope for a body image that reflects, what it is, a body created in God’s image.


I have tried every diet and exercise regimen over the last 25 years; some have worked to help me lose weight for a period of time, but none have become a sustainable part of my lifestyle, nor have they repaired the damage done by the battering of cultural lies and cruel messages spoken by my family of origin about what is “beautiful”. We sometimes do see the Earth depicted as gibbous, but almost never as a crescent. Indeed that particular crescent shape is such a potent icon for our moon, that in many pictures of a crescent Earth it takes a substantial effort not to read it as the Moon. And the images of the impossibly slender crescents are nothing like our mental image of our world. Chris Hoffman is the former Editor-in-Chief of How-To Geek. Chris has personally written over 2,000 articles that have been read more than one billion times---and that's just here at How-To Geek. I have struggled with my body image for my entire life and can’t remember a time when I didn’t loathe and reject some part of my body.

Chris was a PCWorld columnist for two years. He founded PCWorld's "World Beyond Windows" column, which covered the latest developments in open-source operating systems like Linux and Chrome OS. Beyond the column, he wrote about everything from Windows to tech travel tips. Hotpot builds on and is informed by many machine learning papers and projects. See here for credits. First, you need to convert your old photo to any popular digital format (in other words, scan it). In case you’re not technology-savvy, don’t worry. It’s not as difficult as it sounds, since there’s no need for scanning equipment: most likely, you already have everything at hand to do it! The easiest way to go here is to use your smartphone camera.Rich with spiritual and therapeutic insights, this Christian body image workbook calls us to experience healing and wellness that grounds us in God’s love and builds us up in truth.

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