Kristen Hubbard

You are good enough. 

  Period.

No conditions. No expectations. No ifs, no ands, no buts, no whens, no sometimes.

Just- You are good enough. 

Now...

Who would you be if only you just believed that? 

 

Are you ready to ditch the diet for good and start loving yourself? 

Join the Anti Diet Movement TODAY! 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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I see you, my friend. Like, REALLY see you. 

I know you that you've spent your life trying to be better, do better, aspire better. 

I know you've been on countless diets, spent thousands of dollars on make-up and new clothes, spent hundreds of hours at the gym and tried every "Get Happy Quick" scheme you could imagine. 

I know you've beaten yourself up for the failed relationships or the miserable job.  Or perhaps you've done well for yourself, and graduated from an Ivy League school on the Dean's list and got the corporate job making well over six figures a year...

 But it's never enough; because you always have to stay one step ahead of yourself to feel worthy. You always need to keep "achieving" to outrun the one thought that keeps you up at night and keeps you filling up your wine glass, for "just one more". 

You know the thought, right?  

I am not enough. 

I know that you've sought for acceptance and love from some-one and some-thing outside of yourself for your entire life, in an effort to fill a hole that just doesn't seem to want to be filled. (Am I right?) 

Want to know how I know all of this? 

 

I see you when I look in the mirror. 

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I know what it's like to think that you're self worth lies on the other end of an accomplishment. 

That someone else claiming you as their soul mate will finally fill the space that's been empty...

or when your bank account has a certain amount of zeros in it...

or when you finally get that job you've given up everything to get. 

That to love yourself, you have to see something particular when you step on the scale...

or when you look in the mirror...

 

But that isn't where your self-worth lies. That isn't the answer to all of your prayers. 

What if I told you that you have always been good enough? That you were always beautiful and worthy of love and belonging- and that you didn't need to be "filled up" by anything?

What if I told you that the key to unlocking the love you've been seeking has been in your hands this whole time...and with some commitment and some willingness... together, you could finally set yourself free? 

I AM telling you that. 

The key is in your hands. 

The question is- Are you ready?