Me and The Japanese beauty standards

This book showed us that life often gives us challenges to tackle to make us a better version of ourselves.

“It’s terrific as a combination of autobiography and professional wisdom. I appreciate your emphasis on helping people avoid a “one size fits all” mentality. As you agree, human dignity is based on one person living one’s own life. No other standard is possible, and to try to live otherwise always leads to disaster.
Thanks for sharing your hard-won wisdom. People will benefit from it!” –Bob Fine, Ph.D.



About the book:


  • You will feel as if you are not alone. This book will help to show you that the insecurities, struggles, mistakes, and shames we face in life are expected things, that we all go through. It is not about being perfect! It is about being YOU!!!!
  • You will understand that the beauty we see on TV, in magazines, and on social media is not the only kind of beauty.
  • You will learn how essential it is to know who you are. If you are struggling in with relationships, self-love or just the trials of life, this book may provide a bit of advice to help you through the hard times.

    About the Author:

    Tomomi Tsuchio was born and raised in Iwakuni, Japan. As a little girl, she was happy, tomboyish and always followed after her big brother. When she was 13 years old, she began having feelings of being fat and unattractive. These feelings stuck with her for a long time.
    As a certified personal trainer, Tomomi realized that many women have struggled to find and accept their own beauty just as she did. She often felt helpless when her clients lost weight and transformed themselves, but still didn’t see their beauty. It seemed that it was not good enough for them no matter what. This is the reason why she felt a need to share her stories.
    She is an owner of 1Stop-Fitness, a gym she opened with her partner in 2013. She is also a professional speaker. Obviously, she is Japanese, but she isn’t good at math and she doesn’t like sake, sushi and raw fish. Her joke is, “I break the stereotype of Japanese.” She lives in Phoenix, AZ with her life partner, Larry and a smart dog, Roscoe.

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