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9 Responses to Loving My Tree – Inspiring Myself to Love My Body

  1. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    I love this. Shannon, your tree is beautiful!

  2. Kat @ Loving {Almost} Every Moment

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your process and your work 🙂

  3. Melissa  

    This is beautiful, Shannon. I love the symbolism of the paper birch, and the way you describe your reason for choosing it. It’s really hard, but I’m learning to love my tree, too, and I know I have a ways to go.

  4. Acacia Moore

    Empowering and beautiful. We need more posts like this!

  5. Amy @ Anktangle

    This is incredible, Shannon! Thank you so much for sharing your journey and your art.

  6. Shannon R  

    Thank you all for your positive reviews. I think more women needs to realize the potential beauty that their bodies possess and celebrate that.

  7. Lauren  

    I love the symbolism and the beauty of your art. Thank you for sharing this empowering message with us!

  8. NJ Magician

    Shannon–thanks for sharing such a thoughtful post. Our world is fascinating and human perception is truly fascinating. The media does an amazing job on selling us on a particular definition of beauty. I wish there was a way we could fight back–propagate and disseminate a healthier way of seeing ourselves and others. Also, while physical bodies are miraculous–what is unseen–the soul–is even more miraculous. While there are certain physical characteristics that I find attractive in a woman–I have always been more attracted to the intangibles: e.g. intelligence, a sense of humor, wit, playfulness, a sense of adventure etc. We need to develop better eyes so that we can appreciate all the trees in the forest. We also need to develop better souls so that they can appreciate their counterparts.

  9. Meredith Finnerty

    nj magician (& all), you may want to check out this site: http://www.endangeredspecieswomen.org/
    i send this in response to your having said, “I wish there was a way we could fight back–propagate and disseminate a healthier way of seeing ourselves and others.”

    now off to work on my own tree. great post, shannon!