It was a vulnerable post, but a really valuable one in a world where images of celebrity postpartum bodies often don't reflect the ones we see in the mirror."I know it's important to be open and honest about my postpartum body in hopes that it helps even one person out there who is struggling with their own body image," Fedotowsky captioned the photos.
It seems like that post Fedotowsky gave birth in May, so she's only a couple months postpartum and it's not surprising that she's still carrying a little extra weight.
They can identify their own body parts by the appropriate names.
In short, today’s teens want to know how to nurture young love and bounce back from a broken heart, and they want to hear it from us, their parents.
Again, draw from your own experiences or use examples from TV shows or pop culture.
Point out relationships that seem to be working and point out those that seem unhealthy.
Ask your teen to consider how each member of the relationship feels and how they make each other feel.
Finally, be open about the fact that nearly all healthy relationships experience stumbling points and go through both easy and difficult times.