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Another inner struggle, is body Image.
80 Percent of Women In The U.S. Are Dissatisfied With Their Body Image
(Emunah La-Paz Defines You)
Black and whit illustration of eyes.
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It takes courage to embrace yourself.
The world sets unrealistic standards. Stay true to yourself, by embracing your own beauty. There is only one-you! And you only have one-life to live!
Just Do You!
Just Do You
The truth about weaves is that many African American women wear weaves to protect their natural hair.
Emunah La-Paz (meaning Faith of Peace; born Vicki L. Williams) is an American author. Her first book Chocolate Burnout embraces multi-cultural heritage, and is recognized in the Mavin foundation database of books by authors who touch on interracial relationships. In 2016, La-Paz published the book, Memoir of A Jaded Woman, a story based on real life events about a beautiful supermodel that becomes baffled when her husband leaves her for a so-called "unattractive woman". The book, based on the original blog, follows a woman as she tries to move on after her bitter and very public break-up.
Embrace your natural inner beauty
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