Date(s) - 04/28/18
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Geneen Roth (author of the massively popular memoir “Women Food and God”) has simple advice for those trying to improve themselves: Do not try to fix your flaws. In fact, she takes issue with the idea of flaws at all. After years struggling with body issues, Geneen Roth made peace with herself and embarked on the journey to find meaning beyond self-image. Her new book, “This Messy Magnificent Life,” does not aim to show readers how to correct their path—it aims to help them see the beauty of the path they are on. Vanessa Hua joins Geneen in conversation.