"I had to find a new way. And I had to stop believing that I could do it all by myself, that I could get through everything on my own."
Rachel shares about how harshly she viewed herself for so many years, what her true motives were behind striving to be perfect, what she learned from the lowest lows a parent can experience, how her daughter's death pushed her to rethink the way she viewed herself and her body, and how it's taken her six years of hard work to begin to see herself becoming the woman she wanted to be.
You'll love what lessons this woman has to share with you, and her great bravery in her willingness to share her struggles and her weaknesses.
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