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Microdose your smoothie and come along for a peaceful journey through the Hulu series "Nine Perfect Strangers," based on the novel by Liane Moriarty. Returning guest Tirzah Price (author of "Pride and Premeditation") joins us for a wild discussion of how this TV adaptation holds up, what's missing from the book, what the show is saying about body image, grief, and drugs, and, of course, Manny Jacinto. Join us on November 1 for our next Bookpisode on "Detransition, Baby" by Torrey Peters, plus an interview with SJ Sindu, author of "Blue-Skinned Gods." Then Gabriella Saab, author of "The Last Checkmate" will guest on our next Othersode—stay tuned for the topic! Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe. Send any and all thoughts on "Nine Perfect Strangers" or any of our other episodes to firstname.lastname@example.org! TOC:30 – Welcome Tirzah! Intro question 10:00 – Show intro11:45 – Big changes between adaptations 26:66 – Body image32:00 – Nicole Kidman…40:55 – The Marconis and grief56:24 – The ending in the book and how it was better1:04:38 – Frances and Melissa McCarthy1:13:00 – A love triangle, women's day, and Manny Jacinto 1:26:15 – What's up next?Find Tirzah at https://tirzahprice.com/ and pick up "Pride and Premeditation" now!
As the FDA reviews the safety of mixing and matching COVID-19 vaccines, we'll get the latest developments on the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson boosters. Amid the push to have all teachers, staff and students vaccinated or regularly tested, we look at how the mandates could exacerbate ongoing staffing shortages. Despite many body-positivity campaigns across social media, teen girls still face body image issues; we learn what the research says about social media and body image. Finally, we speak with the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera's outgoing and incoming executive directors about the challenges and successes over the past six years. Today's Guests Dr. Donald J. Alcendor, Associate Professor at Meharry Medical College and former voting member on the FDA Antimicrobial Drug Advisory Committee, explains the latest developments regarding Moderna and J&J booster shots. Diana Lambert, a senior education reporter with EdSource, shares her reporting about whether new Covid testing and vaccine mandates will worsen school staffing shortages throughout California. Jessica Grose, parenting columnist at the New York Times, on what research says about teen girls, body image and Instagram. Executive Director Designate for The Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, Giuliano Kornberg, and Executive Director, Alice Sauro, discuss the transition for the organization
Fat-positive sex and relationship coach and fellow podcast host Dawn Serra returns to the podcast to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting our relationships with food and highlighting existing social injustices, how diet culture robs us of our ability to embody pleasure, desirability politics and its links to diet culture and oppressive beauty standards, navigating romantic relationships while in recovery, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how to tell whether your eating and exercise are intuitive or compulsive amid COVID-19 stress. (This episode originally aired on May 11, 2020.) Dawn Serra has dedicated her life to unraveling the cultural stories that impact our relationship to our pleasure, our bodies, and our lives. Dawn is considered a leader in the field of sexuality and relationships, with a focus in pleasure for people recovering from eating disorders and those in fat bodies. She is a therapeutic sex & relationship coach, a Certified Body Trust® Provider, speaker, podcaster, facilitator, consultant, and entrepreneur. Host of the weekly feminist podcast, Sex Gets Real, and creator of the free annual online conference, Explore More Summit, Dawn has interviewed dozens of thought leaders from around the world. As a white, cis, middle class, queer, fat, survivor, Dawn's work is a fiercely compassionate invitation for each of us to deepen our relationships with our bodies and our pleasure as an antidote to the trauma, disconnection, and isolation so many of us feel. Your pleasure matters. Your body is wise. Dawn's work is all about creating spaces and places for you to explore what that means on your terms. Find her online at DawnSerra.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
How you see yourself starts in the mind and not in the mirror. The perception of yourself can change and alter the way you understand your value and worth. Having a healthy body image and self esteem is a big part or your mental well-being. So many today deal with negative images of themselves and this can be a private struggle. If you are dealing with negative body image and low self esteem, do not be afraid to reach out. Someone is willing to help you. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/andrewlstokes2)
Weight loss often feels like one step forward, four steps back. That's because most programs are missing this critical component. This is how you'll speed up your learning curve to get out of the ups and downs and finally reach your weight loss goal. I'm sharing a super simple journal exercise for self reflection. It's just 3 simple questions, and when you answer them, you'll be accelerating your progress by months or even years.In this episode you'll learn:Why self reflection is crucial for releasing the weightWhy you aren't doing it alreadySimple and practical tips on exactly what to doFor the full transcript visit: mindfulshape.com/transcriptsInstagram: @mindful_shapePDF Handouts https://www.mindfulshape.com/resources Book a Free 30 minute Coaching SessionLinks: melrobbins.com
If you're like me, you may know so much about diets, calories, macros and food that the thought of talking to a dietician seems a little unnecessary. What more could you possibly learn about food and how to eat? But, today I start a month long series talking to a specific group of Christian dietitians who are "non-diet" dietitians. These women are trained and licensed dietitians who have committed their work to helping women break free from issues with food and eating disorders. Today, my guest is Tracy Brown. Her work specializes in helping women who have trauma (known or unknown) and helping them break free from the way it keeps them stuck in eating disorder behaviors. Highlights from today's show include: Tracy talks about how we need to be professors of our own experience with food. Tracy shares how overtime there is a food binge or "grabbiness" there's usually a food deficit somewhere earlier in the day. She talks about how trauma can come from a family's inability to know what to do with emotion--not all traumas are big traumas. Yet, they can still cause us pain. The connection between HSP (highly sensitive people) and eating disorders, body image, and perfectionistic tendencies. Why there's often a set back after six weeks of progress on journeys to food and body image freedom. How promoting self-love is deeply connected to New Age philosophies and teachings that Christians should avoid. Learn more about Tracy: Tracy Brown,RD,LD/N is a trauma informed nutrition therapist/eating disorder dietitian, stress recovery coach and nutrition counseling skills teacher. She walks besides people wanting to heal their relationship with food and weight as well as feel safer and less stressed in their bodies. Her testimony of recovery from eating disorders, trauma and the new age is meant to bring glory to God's mercy and grace. Since 2006, she has guided people one on one and in groups in healing from disordered eating and chronic dieting, many of which also have other stress-related conditions at www.tracybrownrd.com/get-started and https://www.tracybrownrd.com/free-gifts (to stop bashing your body) She provides trauma informed and body image training and supervision to health professionals as well at www.embodieddietitian.com Connect with Compared to Who?: https://www.comparedtowho.me and take the free body image awareness quiz. Did you listen to the 30 Days to Pray for your Body Image Series? Start listening today here: https://comparedtowho.me/category/30-days-to-pray-for-body-image/
Crystal Karges talks to mothers about how to accept their bodies through the changes of motherhood. Episode 1118: Body Acceptance: Accepting Your Body Through the Changes of Motherhood by Crystal Karges on Body Image For Moms Crystal Karges is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and mama of five specializing in intuitive eating for mothers and families. She's passionately committed to helping you and your children enjoy freedom with food as a family. She helps overwhelmed mamas ditch diet culture for good and heal their relationships with food and their bodies so they can confidently raise intuitive eaters and enjoy eating together as a family again. Because when mothers thrive, families flourish. The original post is located here: https://www.crystalkarges.com/blog/body-acceptance-accepting-your-body-through-the-changes-of-motherhood Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ramadan - one of the five pillars of Islam - is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is characterised by a month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community. The fasting (and feasting) can be triggering for people struggling with disordered eating and eating disorders for obvious reasons. In contrast, the focus on spirituality and community can be healing. CAR's Farheen Hasan and eating disorder advocate (behind Islam and eating disorders) Maha Khan tell us more.
Do you feel pretty or skinny enough? If not, you're not alone. I've had clients tell me they feel they need to lose weight before they can date the people they really want to date or have sex with their skinnier partner. So in today's episode, I talk about the link between worthiness and body image. Specifically, I want to share details about my own bumpy road to body acceptance and how changing my body image helped me attract the relationship I desired. 7:42 - Revealing my past issues with health, dieting, and body image 9:41 - Why you shouldn't blame your parents for how you feel about your body 12:22 - What got me off the diet train and changed my relationship with food 16:58 - The unexpected but much-needed change that occurred alongside my new relationship with food 20:21 - Why I'm no longer a vegan 21:47 - Why body acceptance is a lifelong process 25:29 - The question I ask people who say they just want to be healthy 26:30 - A quick body acceptance exercise you can do anytime 29:12 - Ways you can treat your body as a temple today I hope you enjoyed this episode! Find me on Instagram or email me with your feedback. I look forward to hearing from you! After you listen to this episode, here are your next steps: Sign up for the Worthy in Love podcast tour here. Join me for the on-demand workshop, The 5-Step Strategy to Banish Anxiety and Overwhelm in Your Love Life. If you have it all but love, you can attract a fulfilling partnership and live a life of purpose. Sign up here. If you are interested in being coached on the Love Live Connection, sign up for my waitlist here. Finally, If you get value from the Love Life Connection, please rate & review it on Apple Podcasts. It only takes a sec to impact our ranking + it'll help other women find our community!
Clint finally tries his new cock ring and reports back on his experiences! Dr. Jenn shares about the sex and relationship education aspects of her current trip in Ohio and Kentucky, and Clint talks about his financial fears during his trip to Maui. --
Mikayla Coley of LYB Nutrition is all about loving your body, which is what we all want right?So why is it so hard to do--can't you just decide to? What are the obstacles in your way? How do you get to a place of acceptance with your body?Join us as we discuss what's been pivotal for each of us in our efforts to love our bodies--as well as the most common stressful beliefs and patterns we see in our clients!Where to find usInstagram @butteryourmacrosThe Internet www.butteryourmacros.comTwitter @whatsupbuttersTikTok @whatsupbuttersInbox email@example.com
In a world filled with options how do you make yourself stand out from the rest? Is body image that important in dating? What are you attracting? Are you attracting the right partners? To ask a question and get a personalized video back: https://www.wisio.com/The_GameEXPOSED Free Audible Book trial: https://tinyurl.com/audible909. Read my books free with amazon kindle free trial: “Regain Your Power” on Amazon
In all that parenting demands, it may be challenging to incorporate a regular healthy diet for you and your children. Diet goes beyond food and extends to the attitudes toward eating, food and our bodies. How can you help yourself and your child develop a healthier mindset toward food and their body? In this episode, Jodi and her guest - Gila Glassberg discuss intuitive eating and how you can set yourself and your family up for success. About Our Guest:Gila Glassberg is a Master's level registered dietitian and a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. As a teenager, she was faced with constant diet talk, body shaming and obsessive guilt around food. This led to years of struggling with disordered eating. This is what propelled her into the field of nutrition.She uses a non-diet, weight-neutral approach called Intuitive Eating. She helps growth oriented women break out of chronic dieting, and regain clarity into what is really important to them.You can find more of Gila's interviews, blog posts and information on her website at www.gilaglassberg.com and you can follow her on Instagram @gila.glassberg.intuitiveRDShow Notes:4:31 What is intuitive eating?“Kids learn best by modeling, the first thing we can do is work on the mom's relationship to food before we work on the child's relationship to food.”8:02 Why children need to look at food in a neutral way“One of my main goals is to neutralize food, yes I want it to be positive, but first and foremost neutral. Just like you don't feel guilty going to the bathroom, just like you don't feel guilty when you breathe, these things that you need to live, there really shouldn't be any guilt associated with eating.”14:26 Intuitive eating in parents versus the feeding model for children“We want to instill autonomy in children over their eating and in their body.”17:52 Fostering a healthy attitude towards food in children“We feel so entitled to judge people based on their body size and I really want people to really reconsider that. Think about how much you're emphasizing the way that you look, the way that you want your child to look, versus who they are as a person.”22:12 Dealing with outside negativity“If someone makes fun of him for his weight it will hurt, but it won't penetrate into his soul if he feels a sense of love and confidence from his parents.”25:43 Normalizing child behaviors and asking questions“You can say to your kid ‘well what's wrong with being fat?'... a lot of times we do something and we have no idea why and a lot of times we say things and we have no idea why… kids are just so smart and intuitive, and they can teach of so much about ourselves.”29:13 Closing thoughts“We only have a certain amount of headspace, and if we're filling it 75% up with ‘What am I eating? How skinny am I?' you're really losing out on what life has to offer.”Credits:Host: Jodi FriedGuest: Gila GlassbergEditors: Iris Nelson and Maximus Quirino
In this episode, let's chat about beauty ideals and body image. Because today's unrealistic standards for what is beauty, and the societal standards we experience, absolutely sets the stage for our own body image beliefs. I mean how could it not? Sit and think about this: what are the images of women you saw growing up? What did they look like? I know for me it was Barbie dolls and princesses on Disney. What were your mothers or other adult women around you talking about as you grew up? For me, dieting and controlling food and our bodies was just the norm of what conversations among women looked like. Listen to today's episode to learn how beauty ideals impact your own body image, and the differences between self expression versus self objectification. In this episode I reference the books: The Beauty Myth, Invisible Corset and More Than a Body. Today's episode is brought to you by our signature program, Food and Body Peace Playbook (FBPP). FBPP is an 8 week online course & group coaching program that will help you build lasting food freedom, better body image & sustainable health habits that stick. If you're ready to stop dieting forever and make peace with food and your body I'd love to see you as one of the 20 spots inside the program when it opens for January. That means you can start off 2022 making the decision to say NO to diets that don't work and YES to intuitive eating and a lifetime of treating your body well. Are you looking for one on one coaching for intuitive eating, body image, hormone support and/or digestive relief? We are booking for the final months of 2021 with limited spots left, reach out today to start your healing journey! Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read testimonials from our amazing clients here. Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop. Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website
Do you have Psalm 139:14 memorized yet STILL struggle with your body image? This famous psalm says we are, "Fearfully and Wonderfully Made." But. if you're like me, there are many days when I still don't feel like my body is good enough. Why doesn't the truth that I'm "fearfully and wonderfully made" take away the pain and frustration of wanting to be a different size or have a different shape or look? What do you do when you wish your fearfully and wonderfully body was better? That's what we talk about in today's show. Check out this post on Compared to Who? from several years ago if you want to read more: Fearfully and Wonderfully Discontent? When You Wish God Had Made Your Body a Little More Awesome-- https://comparedtowho.me/fearfully-and-wonderfully-discontent-when-you-wish-god-had-made-your-body-a-little-more-awesome/ Have you read the Burden of Better yet? If not, this is a great season to read it--before holiday busyness and food stress! Learn more or start reading here: Burden of Better Book for Christian Women on Comparison -- https://comparedtowho.me/burden-of-better-book-for-christian-women-on-comparison Are we email friends yet? With the uncertainty of social media censorship - there's no better way to make sure we stay connected! Sign up at https://www.comparedtowho.me
Consider this episode a crossover between fun life story and a serious struggle moment for my recovery journey. The hope is to remind any listening that these moments, thoughts, experiences can occur while your'e recovering and that's a-okay ... so long as you remember in the end "why" you first chose to recover. Make the choice most aligned with the future you want; something I dive into in the episode. I share about: - Feeling insecure in my body and outfit- My relationship with alcohol and food fears- ED pressures with food and exercise the morning after- Choosing the action most aligned with recovery Let's connect!@emilyfeikls@letsthrivepodcast
Join me for this week's conversation with Body Image Expert, Emma Gerrard. Our conversation covers a variety of topics as we discuss all things body acceptance, what it's like to run a business & be student, as well as the importance of believing in yourself above all else. If you're looking for a pep talk - you're in the right place! --- Check out Emma's website: www.respectyourbody.ca Find Emma on IG: https://www.instagram.com/emma.respectyourbody --- Find me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lifestylebydesignstudio/
Hey friends!! Have you have become sick and tired of going through the motions of religion?You are yearning for a deeper, more mature faith that brings you courage and confidence in God, a desire to live a life that brings His praise and glory?I answer all of those questions in my new course launching called Maturing In Your Faith!Can't wait for the course? Listen in on this new podcast series where I give you just a taste of what you will get in this new course and workbook! I give you 6-steps to guide you on this journey of maturing your faith!How do I mature my faith??Why should I mature my faith??Where do I start??And be on the lookout for the preorder link coming soon so you can guarantee yourself a spot to receive the video guided course and digital PDF workbook!Join Beautifully Enough Mentoring HERE!!!Check out The Beautifully Enough Shop for digital workbooks, future courses, info on Beautifully Enough Mentoring and 1-on-1 Christian coaching for women with me!Work with me // https://msha.ke/val_reynoldsConnect with me // @val_reynoldsCollab with me // firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: https://www.purple-planet.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/ValarieReynolds?locale.x=en_US)
Nothing can make you feel quite as awful as comparing yourself to someone else.Or thinking you should be further along than you are.Or trying to be someone you aren't.OOF!It is a special kind of pain that this episode is going to help you have less of!Enjoy!Connect with me on IG HERE.If you are interested in 1:1 coaching, fill out THIS FORM.
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Lauren Newman joins us to discuss how to manage diabetes without weight loss and restriction, why the restrict-binge cycle and weight cycling are especially harmful to blood-sugar regulation, why carbohydrates are necessary for health, how to take the focus away from nutritional minutiae and numbers, and so much more. (This episode originally aired on January 27, 2020.) Lauren Newman, RD, LD is a registered dietitian in Houston, TX passionate about helping individuals with diabetes make peace with food and their bodies. Lauren practices from a Health At Every Size® and weight inclusive approach to help clients connect with their body's needs, and learn to respond without rigidity, restriction, or shame. Find her online at LaurenNewmanRD.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
Happy Satiated Saturday! I have seen over the years when healing your relationship with food, there is a point many realize when it's not really about the food anymore. The focus on what, when, and how you're eating came in as protection. This protection was keeping you safe from addressing other areas, beliefs, perspectives that may have felt too emotionally intense to look at where focusing on your food actually felt safer in your body to ruminate on. Healing your relationship with food can be experienced as in service to creating more emotional space to process, digest, assimilate, what your body has been emotionally holding on to. When you have been dieting, restricting, and focusing on food for years and years there can be many emotional reactions that arise in the process of shifting your focus away from food to attend to other areas of your life that need healing.In this week's episode, I will discuss the stages of healing your relationship with food and what you can expect on a food healing journey. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/the-emotional-stages-of-healing-your-relationship-with-foodYou get to trust you're always exactly where you're meant to be. Your healing path will unfold the way it needs to and this is an adventure that can be enjoyed every step of the way. If you're ever looking for more support on this food healing journey, email me at email@example.com to get set up with a free 20 minute Connect Call! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxThis episode is brought to you by Kajabi. If you're someone who has been wanting to share your wisdom in a self created online program, start your own podcast, send out emails, Kajabi is your one-stop shop. Kajabi is an all-in-one platform to create and scale your knowledge. Get a special 30 day trial here! https://app.kajabi.com/r/7zLtW92X/t/yxukwczfSpecial thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.comSupport the show (https://account.venmo.com/u/stephaniemara)
Lori Zabka is a wellness/fitness coach and the founder of the Anti-Diet, leading women nationwide in an online program called "Build U." She is a co-host of the "Coming Unglued" Podcast and has been featured on television programs where she shares what it means to add nourishing, anti-inflammatory foods to our diets. You can find more information on her website at www.lifebyloriz.com.
This week we explore how to reframe our understanding of past challenges and use those experiences to identify positive new ways to navigate forward more empowered because of them! We welcome Isabel Chiara, creator of the “Life Actualization Process,” a guide, mentor, and leader, who brings with her a powerful message, “Your obstacles are working for you!” Isabel is also the author of the new released book, Eat Your Words, a narrative, semi-autobiographical exploration, full of life-lessons and experiences transforming self-destructive behavior into self-compassionate dialogue and ways to better understand how inherited trauma can influence our tendency to use food or other external substances for placation. Chiara shares why women are especially good at creating Food-Abusive relationships and even her historic abuse of her own physical nutritional fluctuations. Isabel also reveals how we can transform addiction through slow steps of self-compassion, the importance of self-care, gut instinct, and even imaginative muses. But most of all, she asks listeners to love NOT being there yet and even to reframe what “getting there” actually means and why we can come together to transform what success physically looks like. One thing resonates throughout the hour, failure is not an option – as long as we are trying, we are learning, growing and transforming--but not failing! Isabel has been a leader throughout her entire life, studying and working in transformational energy modalities, serving others, whether through entrepreneurial work, culinary prowess, or her professional intuitive guidance. With dedication, Isabel activates unlimited potential and empowerment for her clients, helping them to ignite their full passion and align with their most authentic life path, masterfully supporting the liberation of constricting beliefs, definitions, and self-limitations.To learn more about her or purchase her book, Eat Your Words, also available at your favorite booksellers, visit her at www.Isabel-Chiara.com. Thank you, amazing Aging Rebels, for tuning into the show from all over the world, we appreciate each of you! If you enjoy this episode and know of someone else who may, please share it with your friends and family members! Also, please leave us a positive show review on your favorite platform, we love recognizing our listeners on air who do! To connect, share, download, subscribe and find more ways to listen, visit our official host page at www.CTRNetwork.com/holleykelley or www.HolleyKelley.com. We stive to be The Listener's Show! Remember, YOU Rock and YOU Role Model!!
Since the day we were born we have been taught how to love or to not love the bodies we are in. Whatever we were shown trickles out over our lifetime and now it's up to us to shift this relationship into one of profound acceptance and appreciation.It takes work. But if you're here, I know you're up for the job. Let's dig into this, together.Connect with Dani on InstagramSign up for my newsletter!Links:Ep. 16 — Learning to Love Your Body: A Story of Healing with Orthorexia with Lauren Bielenberg
Day-to-day life has seen some huge changes over the past 18 months. Maybe we've also seem some changes in ourselves—maybe our hair has gotten longer, maybe we wear sweats more than jeans. And: maybe our bodies have changed.
#tbt to our top downloaded episodes of Why Tho! Old friends and new, these episodes offer humor, wisdom, and practical hope for you. In celebration of our third birthday we're revisiting the archives to see how far we've come and thank you for being part of the Why Tho Fam! Body image impacts women everywhere. Our culture is obsessed with image. From magazine covers to social media ads to the groups we belong to, we're receiving implicit and explicit messages that the sum total of our value is in our pants size, our lack of wrinkles, our hair, and skin color. In this episode, Tiffany and Ashley talk about their experiences with body image (name calling, shame, eating disorder, and more). Plus, we'll provide helpful tools to help you overcome negative body image and share how to lean into a more holistic perspective of our emotional, spiritual, relational and physical well-being. We can resist the cultural norms and stop reducing ourselves to what we look like so we can celebrate who we (and others) are! To find out more about Tiffany's writing, speaking, or books visit her site at http://www.tiffanybluhm.com/ Find her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanybluhm/ To find out more about Ashley's writing, speaking, or books visit her site at https://ashabercrombie.org/ Find her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashabercrombie/
Lisa confesses about a radical decision she made around her body and food this year that has been brewing for over 30 of her 50 years on the planet. She's also releasing this episode on video, which is a significant decision for her, as you'll learn on the show. Hear what wounds Lisa uncovered around her self-image that she thought she'd healed, plus find out 12 surprising things she's learned in the 9 months since this journey began. Beyond personal revelations, you'll find out what Lisa—who is very much in process with this new GFR path—discovered about the perception of bigger bodies in society, the way fat people are treated (or mistreated) by the medical community, and the surprising origin story of fat shaming in our culture. Lisa also confesses some internal biases she recognized that she has against fat bodies, and how she's beginning to rewire them. Whether you listen to the podcast or watch the video on Lisa's YouTube channel, the intention is for you to hear something that activates something meant to be activated in you, in the divine right time and way. Resources Grab Lisa's Gift: The 12 GFR Commandments - https://gfr.life/12c (download your own copy now) https://gfr.life/squad (Join the GFR Squad) - get started for just 20 Bucks! Plus experience Lisa GFRing all over the place in the private SQUAD Quad Facebook Group ;) UNDIET BOOKS https://www.amazon.com/Diet-Eating-Should-Be-Easy-ebook/dp/B07C685Q6L/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=The+Fuck+It+Diet+-+Caroline+Dooner&qid=1633195436&sr=8-4 (The Fuck It Diet - Caroline Dooner) https://www.amazon.com/Intuitive-Eating-Tribole-Evelyn-Paperback/dp/B014I60ZRO/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Intuitive+Eating+-+Evelyn+Tribole+%26+Elyse+Resch&qid=1633195500&sr=8-1 (Intuitive Eating - Evelyn Tribole & Elyse Resch) https://www.amazon.com/Body-Respect-Conventional-Health-Understand/dp/1940363195/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Body+Respect+-+Linda+Bacon&qid=1633195553&sr=8-1 (Body Respect - Linda Bacon) https://www.amazon.com/Health-At-Every-Size-Surprising/dp/1935618253/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Health+At+Every+Size+-+Linda+Bacon&qid=1633195629&sr=8-1 (Health At Every Size - Linda Bacon) https://www.amazon.com/Food-Isnt-Medicine/dp/1785043455/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Food+Isn%E2%80%99t+Medicine+-+Dr.+Joshua+Wolrich&qid=1633195686&sr=8-1 (Food Isn't Medicine - Dr. Joshua Wolrich) BODY IMAGE / SOCIAL JUSTICE BOOKS https://www.amazon.com/Body-Not-Apology-Second-Self-Love/dp/1523090995/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=The+Body+is+Not+an+Apology+-+Sonya+Renee+Taylor&qid=1633195802&sr=8-1 (The Body is Not an Apology - Sonya Renee Taylor) https://www.amazon.com/You-Have-Right-Remain-Fat-ebook/dp/B07CSHWZ5H/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=You+Have+the+Right+to+Remain+Fat+-+Virgie+Tovar&qid=1633198336&sr=8-1 (You Have the Right to Remain Fat - Virgie Tovar) https://www.amazon.com/Fearing-Black-Body-Racial-Origins/dp/1479886750/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Fearing+the+Black+Body%3A+The+Racial+Origins+of+Fat+Phobia+-+Sabrina+Strings&qid=1633198373&sr=8-1 (Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia - Sabrina Strings) https://www.amazon.com/Caste-Origins-Discontents-Isabel-Wilkerson/dp/0593230256/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Caste%3A+The+Origins+of+Our+Discontents+-+Isabel+Wilkerson&qid=1633198407&sr=8-1 (Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents - Isabel Wilkerson) (This is a key text for my Racial Bias studies and I believe a 'must read' for any leader ) PODCASTS https://thefuckitdiet.com/pod/ (The F*ck It Diet) - IG: @thefuckitdiet https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-love-food-podcast/id1076673018 (Love, Food) https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/how-to-love-your-body/id1371532256 (How to Love Your Body) https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/body-image-with-bri/id1514443684 (Body Image w/Bri) -...
The Power House Women Season: This lively tea with Rach and Bex, two 40-something women, exploring the Power of Emotions we, as Woman can experience, our relationship with our wrinkles, body image and life. Bex talks of the moment her body caught on fire, her journey through recovery and the lessons she learnt in the process. They talk candidly of the relationship with their body, emotions and body image. We hear radical truths on ageing, botox, yoga, how to use emotion to navigate life and dance naked in the moonlight! A call to reconnect to our bodies, truth and power, as women in a authentic way. Medicine. Lively, thought provoking and powerhouse women. Go grab your cup of tea! You can find the Freedom Through Movement courses here.
This week, Shannen and Abby are still recovering from thinking that Instagram was gone for good and reflect on whether life would be better without it. The girls discuss why Instagram is the worst social media platform for mental health and discuss the consequences of scrolling through IG too much. They also talk about why girls date based on potential vs men who date based on the facts. Enjoy!
Skyler Bouchard-Oppenheim is a creator and entrepreneur. Since 2012, Skyler has been the face of her own online culinary brand/blog, Dining with Skyler (@DiningWithSkyler on Instagram). Furthermore, she was one of the first creators who adopted Instagram as a central platform to build business and has leveraged her success there to create content for major brands including Amazon and Food Network. Dining With Skyler IG Page: https://www.instagram.com/diningwithskyler/ ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro; Body Image; “Dining With Skyler” & Behind The Scenes on Culinary Content Creation; 23:42 - Craziest foods Skyler's ever eaten; An exotic bird dish from Asia; Attitudes towards different types of food; The changing narrative behind Lobsters; Seaspiracy (Netflix) talk; Microplastics in the oceans; The Foreign Dog Meat Trade 45:27 - Explaining wine and how it's judged; The myth behind aged win; The Class Division in foods and drinks like wine; Culture Vulturing in food 1:07:12 - Skyler's favorite country of origin food; Skyler's time in Hong Kong; Chinese food and the regional differences; Julian ordered Sushi in a Chinese Restaurant 1:15:38 - Moving out of NYC during the Pandemic; The rebranding process Skyler went through over the past 2 years; Skyler's work with Amazon and The Food Network 1:33:21 - The rise of the True Crime Genre in entertainment; True Crime go-to's; The internet changed everything; Skyler's previous work in Network Broadcasting during college; Skyler tells a story about a hater chef; 2:00:03 - The story behind “Ballsy Bites”; Skyler talks about leaving behind the media company business she also started several years ago; The struggle of CEO's at the beginning of the Pandemic 2:21:00 - Does Culinary Network TV still have a market?; Cake Boss & Brazil; Building communities online; Skyler tells a story about the moment she realized she was onto something; The FOMO generation ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $100 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover: https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot
Resistance is the gap between where you are versus where you wanna be. The ability to master resistance to change is the key to stop self-sabotaging your weight loss. In this episode, I'm breaking it all down. Why you're resistant to change (even though you say you want it!), why you self-sabotage, and how to stop doing it so that you can become Irresistible You and achieve your weight loss goals. Links and Resources Enroll in the Irresistible You Group Coaching ProgramJoin my VIP email list and get your free Irresistible You action plan.Join the FREE Irresistible You Podcast Discussion GroupFollow on Instagram @IrresistibleIcingPodcast Show Notes
To heal your body image, you need an accurate view of what positive body image is and how to get there. That's what this episode is for! Emily is discussing what positive body image actually is, and what it would mean for you. She gives you 10 truths about body image to keep in mind as you create a positive, stable and mature relationship with your body. If you'd like more support + guidance in your process of becoming a Confident Eater, we're here to help. Learn more about our group coaching program, Eat Confident Collective. If you like this episode, we'd love to hear from you! Take a screenshot, share it on Instagram, and tag us @eatconfident.co. We're cheering you on, and we love knowing how the podcast is helping you! Subscribe + Review in iTunes Are you subscribed to the podcast? If not, we want to encourage you to do that today so you don't miss an episode! We'd also be so grateful if you'd leave us a review over on iTunes. Those reviews aren't just fun for us to read...they also help other people find the podcast. We'd love to hear how the podcast has helped you, and we appreciate you listening!
Friends! Welcome back to ALICAST, with @alibonar.Today is a solo episode — we're chatting how to stop being a people pleaser.1. BOUNDARIES: Set Boundaries, Find Peace2. THIS QUOTE: "Stop trying to be liked by everybody, you don't even like everybody"3. LEARNING WHO I AM: We are not really strangers journalIf you enjoyed this episode, leave a review! We pick one review each week to win some Granola Butter — a win-win-win!
On today's episode, Laurin and Sam talk about body image! They discuss the transient factors that might influence your body image, like hormones and stress, distinguishing between intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation and how to effectively set physique related goals that improve your body image. Apply for coaching Have a question or situation for us you'd like to hear addressed on the podcast? Send them anonymously through this link! Follow us on Instagram @laurinconlin @karinanoboa @sammyfitsleeves @danni_aguilar @ryanconleyamst @teamlocofit
In today's episode we are looking at why you can't get ahead in your food journey. So if you are someone who has been struggling with your relationship with food for quite some time, and are feeling a bit fed up and almost at your wits end. Then let's pull it back a bit and think about the main areas that may be contributing to your struggle with food. If you are finally ready to overcome the battle with food then I would love for you to join myself and Taran for a 4 week journey to master your eating and mind!!MASTER YOUR EATING AND MIND: 4 WEEK COURSEJoin us for a beautiful 4 week journey to master your eating and food struggles. This 4 week course will give you the tools necessary to create awareness, make change, shift habits and set yourself up for a better and more empowered you.When: Starts 26th October How long: 4 weeks Where: Every Tuesday at 7pm (AEST) via zoomHow much: Just $80 a weekWhat do I get: You will get 2 x 45 minute zoom sessions per week. The first 45 minutes will be with Mel going through eating psychology practices, the second 45 minutes will be with Taran running through a yoga and mindfulness flow. Click on this link to learn more & to sign up to the course.Head to my YouTube channel here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuXRzp6qGci53UEhjLuiW2AWANT TO GET IN TOUCH WITH MEL?Send her an email: hello@barexbraveHead to her websiteFollow her on InstagramFollow her on Facebook
On the Intuitive Eating for Christian Women podcast our aim is to introduce you to the principles of Intuitive Eating and help you see how those principles align with Scripture so you can improve your relationship with food, your body and God and cast out dieting for good. Today our guest on the Intuitive Eating for Christian Women podcast is Heather Creekmore. We're so excited to have her share about biblical body image and the way out of the comparison trap. In this episode we discuss: - Dieting from a young age and the journey of constantly wanting to change her body - Being unable to identify disordered eating when surrounded by other dieters and believing it was just “normal girl problems” - Recognizing that we want to fix ourselves because we want to be free - How comparison and striving to be better reveals a heart that craves rest - Realizing a body image struggle can be a modern day idol - Getting stuck on the idol of self - Looking closely at what the Bible actually says about self love - Understanding the heart issue behind our body image struggles - Her incredible must-read books “Compared to Who?” & “The Burden of Better” RESOURCES FOR EPISODE 28: Biblical Body Image with Heather Creekmore Access the Show Notes on the Intuitive Eating for Christian Women website: https://intuitiveeatingforchristianwomen.com/biblical-body-image-with-heather-creekmore/ Support the Podcast: https://intuitiveeatingforchristianwomen.com/support/ Get your Podcast Workbook: https://intuitivewellnessprograms.mykajabi.com/IEforChristianWomenCourse Support the Podcast by becoming a monthly member: https://intuitivewellnessprograms.mykajabi.com/ie4cw-membership Go deeper with an online course: https://intuitiveeatingforchristianwomen.com/online-courses/ Find out more about Char-Lee Cassel: https://charleecassel.com/ Find out more about Erin Todd: https://erinltodd.com/ Get Erin's Free Guide: Intuitive Eating Starter Kit for Christian Women Get Char-Lee's Free Study: 10 day Intuitive Eating Bible Study For a chance to have your question answered, or if we said something that needs correcting, you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/intuitiveeating/message
Does Instagram psychologically depress girls who see perfect body images on the platform? And if it's true, what should be done (or not done) about it? Dennis has thoughts. So do callers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of the Style Masterclass Podcast, we talk about body image and how it relates to the thought-feeling-action cycle. We focus on misreading distortion and telling a misfortune. You'll learn: Why we tell ourselves misfortunes How we make leaps in logic that lead to false conclusions How to interrupt that pattern We're hard-wired to focus on negativity, our negativity bias serves a purpose but it's important to recognize and understand how it impacts our body image. It's time to overcome mirror distortion and stop fortune MIS-telling.
Lexie Kite Ph.D. of Beauty Redefined joins Vanessa for an empowering conversation about body image resilience. Lexie, and her twin sister Lindsay, co-wrote More Than a Body and co-founded the nonprofit organization Beauty Redefined. In this episode, Vanessa talks candidly about her own body image setbacks and how to build body image resilience on a daily basis. Lexie shares tips on raising daughters of all ages and what messages they need to hear. The Kite sisters have been spreading their, “Your body is an instrument, not an ornament” message for more than 10 years. They are leading experts when it comes to body image resilience and media literacy. Listen for some life-changing wisdom!
How to love your body? Although your body is a miraculous engine of life that supports everything you do, it's easy to get judgy about the way your body looks. Or whether or not it's as “good” or worthy of love as someone else's body. These unhelpful ideas crush your self-esteem, and can lead to truly unhealthy diet and exercise habits. Let's all stop. Today, learn how to stop feeling bad about your body, and start moving towards self-compassion, appreciation for your body, and health at any size. Join me! Dr. Lisa Marie Bobby GrowingSelf.com
Thanks to the pandemic, we now spend even MORE time doom scrolling through obnoxiously perfect Insta-people, and endlessly staring at our own faces via zoom than ever and (surprise, surprise) it's had a negative impact on our self-esteem. Yumi Stynes catches up with body image and eating disorder expert, Dr Gemma Sharpe, about "zoom dysmorphia" and what can we do to feel better about ourselves, one video call at a time.
Hey friends! Today we are going to dig deeper into what scripture says about the power of our words! Our words can feel so insignificant, like they carry no power, they're "innocent". But scripture tells us over and over again that our words have the power of life and death! Our words are like a spark that can start an entire fire! They are like the tiny rudder on the ship, small yet steers the entire thing!Our words: written, spoken, even just thought about, have huge power over others as well as our own lives. How do you speak to yourself? How do you speak about others? Do you edify and lift others up with your words, whether they hear you or not? Or do you tear down with your words? I challenge you to be more aware of your words and watch your mouth. Join Beautifully Enough Mentoring HERE!!!Check out The Beautifully Enough Shop for digital workbooks, future courses, info on Beautifully Enough Mentoring and 1-on-1 Christian coaching for women with me!Work with me // https://msha.ke/val_reynoldsConnect with me // @val_reynoldsCollab with me // email@example.comMusic: https://www.purple-planet.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/ValarieReynolds?locale.x=en_US)
In this episode, Paddy and Ed sit down for a casual discussion on a number of topics. This week they discussed how meditation has helped them lean into resistance and acknowledge fear of the future, the main reasons why Ed and Paddy train, public vs personal perceptions of our bodies and body dysmorphia as well as why it is better to focus on the process rather than the outcome. Sponsor: Website: The Process Programming Instagram: @theprocessprogramming
Plus-size-yoga teacher and wellness coach Rachel Estapa returns to discuss why mindfulness is a tool rather than a be-all-end-all, how seeking validation on social media mirrors seeking weight-loss praise, how to balance vulnerability and boundary-setting when sharing your lived experiences, the role of forgiveness in healing from diet culture, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how health and wellness professionals can handle concerns about potential clients getting “scared off” by the anti-diet approach. (This episode originally aired on September 23, 2019.) Rachel Estapa, founder and CEO of More to Love, is passionate about empowering people to love and appreciate their bodies. Her own path to body acceptance began many years ago. After yo-yo dieting throughout her teenage years and into adulthood, Rachel took stock of her life and realized she wasn't happy. Even when she reached her “goal weight,” she felt something was missing. That's when she decided she would stop trying to change her body and instead she would focus on loving the body she has. Find her online at MoreToLoveYoga.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
What messages have you been told about your body and your sexuality? At the coffee shop with Juli are two friends; join these women from different cultures for a candid conversation about what they were told and believed about their sexuality. Their stories are unique, but they share a common thread: the messages were powerful and confusing. Listen in to hear how God brings redemption to their lives to walk free from body shame. "A White theological understanding of sexuality cannot be the only voice. You have to leave room for our voice, for our experiences... If you leave room for our voice too, we find a more robust, a more consistent biblical understanding of sexuality". –Dawn Jones Guests: Danisa Suarez, LPC, MA and Dawn Jones, LPC, MA "Rethinking Sexuality" (Juli's book) Legacy Counseling & Consulting, Dawn Jones's Practice CCI Counseling, Jorge & Danisa Suarez's Practice Leave us a rating & review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or in your podcast app. Follow Authentic Intimacy on: Instagram: @authenticintimacy Facebook: @authenticintimacy Follow Juli on Twitter @DrJuliSlattery
Today's guest is Victoria Garrick. Victoria is a former Division I volleyball player, TED Talk speaker, podcast host, and mental health advocate. She was a four-year starter at USC, where she won a PAC-12 Championship and finished her career with the top five most digs in program history. Today she has well over a million followers on her social media platforms, hosts the “Real Pod” podcast, has a TED talk that has been viewed over 370,000 times, and founded a mental health nonprofit, “The Hidden Opponent.” What is really inspiring about Victoria is that her entire platform has been built from sharing her story. You may think that her incredibly successful collegiate career would guarantee happiness for Victoria. But like so many, the external accolades didn't quite fulfill her internally and the immense pressure started to impact her mental health. During her sophomore year, Victoria found herself heavily depressed, anxious, battling an eating disorder, and experiencing body dysmorphia. She finally reached a breaking point where she decided to go to therapy and unpack what was at the root of all of this. After this, Victoria bounced back and returned to finish her junior and senior seasons and the rest is history. She has been on an absolute tear ever since to share her journey to help those that are experiencing similar struggles. Today our discussion on the pod encapsulates it all. Victoria will walk you through what rock bottom looked like for her, how she healed and got to where she is today. She shares what she felt were the contributing factors that caused her mental health demise and what helped her feel empowered again when she began her transformation. We chat about Victoria's struggles with body image, why so many people face difficulties with this, and how to overcome it. Victoria talks about her relationship with food today and how she deals with competition in her current line of work. She talks about what inspired her to start sharing her story and what she would change if she was in charge of youth sports and more! Connect with Victoria: Website: www.victoriagarrick.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriagarrick/ Podcast: https://dearmedia.com/shows/real-pod/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@victoriagarrick4 Connect with Doug: Instagram: www.instagram.com/dougbopst Twitter: www.twitter.com/dougbopst Facebook: www.facebook.com/dougbopst Thanks to this episode's sponsor: Organifi (Immunity blend): Receive 20% off your order by going to: www.organifi.com/doug
Hey friends! You get a special treat today! I just finished up an IG live over people pleasing and everyone loved it so much, I decided to make it a podcast episode! Join me today as I go over what Paul says about people pleasing, how we are called to live for the Lord, not for people, but really digger deeper into WHY we need to stop people pleasing! I hope you enjoy this bonus episode!! Join Beautifully Enough Mentoring HERE!!!Check out The Beautifully Enough Shop for digital workbooks, future courses, info on Beautifully Enough Mentoring and 1-on-1 Christian coaching for women with me!Work with me // https://msha.ke/val_reynoldsConnect with me // @val_reynoldsCollab with me // firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: https://www.purple-planet.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/ValarieReynolds?locale.x=en_US)
Fellow anti-diet dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor Ayana Habtemariam joins us to discuss how she's bringing intuitive eating to marginalized communities, whether food environments influence health, the oppressive roots of diet culture, paternalistic nutrition policies, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how to deal with worries about your partner's health. (This episode originally aired on February 17, 2020.) Ayana is a nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and macro social worker. She is the founder of Truly Real Nutrition, LLC, a private nutrition practice where she empowers clients to give up dieting in exchange for trusting their bodies and breaking free from food rules that result in feelings of failure and shame. She encourages her clients to embrace the beauty, power, and connection that their food traditions, personal experiences, and values add to their lives. Ayana is committed to increasing awareness of intuitive eating and weight inclusive philosophies in black communities. She believes that weight-centric approaches to health and wellness only serve to exacerbate body image issues, stress, and anxiety which contribute to increased rates of chronic diseases often seen in black and other communities of color. Ayana has 10+ years of experience educating the public on the relationship between the nutrition environment and health outcomes. Prior to transitioning to private practice, she worked with community leaders and local politicians as a nutrition policy advocate and community nutrition educator, in the healthcare field as a clinical dietitian at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital, and as an award-winning, top performing account manager at a Fortune 500 company. Find her online at TrulyRealNutrition.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.