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6 Tips for Raising an Intuitive Eater

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The “new year, new me” mentality makes the month of January prime time for talk of dieting, new workout regimes, and a push towards convincing us that we need to think about optimizing our bodies to start the year off right. Though these messages might seem to be in the spirit of self-improvement, they’re pretty toxic — they over-emphasize the importance of appearance and can lead to negative body image and unhealthy habits…

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At maro, we help parents navigate tough growing-up conversations about mental health and puberty with their kids.

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