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"There's nothing stopping us but ourselves." In honor of the debut of “Protecting Her Peace”, author Brooke Heberling is here to share with you 5 ways you can protect your peace. "To see your own potential in this life is a beautiful thing because we all have it. I don't ever want to sit back and not try. I sat back and watched the world pass me by for so long. I'll tell anybody follow your dreams, it is well worth it. Whether you end up with a skinned nose because you fell flat on your face or you are a best selling author, it's all in the universe and God's timing in my belief. We have to live our best life why we have it now."SHOW NOTES: 5 Ways to Protect Your Peace on Recovery Warriors CONNECT WITH BROOKE: Follow her on IG Grab a copy of Protecting Her Peace on Amazon Read her articles on Recovery Warriors
Today we're debuting a new Q&A feature, where we check in with experts and warriors with lived recovery experience to answer your recovery related questions. Dr. Ann Saffi Biasetti is our featured expert for this Q&A. She's the author of one of our featured book club reads “Befriending Your Body: A Self-Compassionate Approach to Freeing Yourself from Disordered Eating.” Dr. Ann is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in eating disorders and body image issues, and has been in practice for over 30 years. CONNECT WITH DR. ANN Website Befriending Your Body on Amazon Awakening Self-Compassion Cards: 52 Practices for Self-Care, Healing, and Growth
The holidays are upon us and that usually means gathering with loved ones around tables of food. For people with eating disorders, this can be a very triggering time of year. Tyler Wooten, M.D., is a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist with the Eating Recovery Center, Dallas. He joins us on this episode of Raising Joy to share his expertise about eating disorders and how we can help support those in our lives who may be struggling. Dr. Wooten also shares the warning signs parents should look for to tell if their child may be struggling with food.
Anxiety has two demands. It's wants to know exactly what's going to happen AND it wants to feel comfortable. Anxiety wants certainty and comfort.In this episode, we take a look at bigger picture ways of working with anxiety by practicing skills. With time and integration, these essential skills can help you reach new levels of mastery in managing your anxiety and future oriented fear.RESOURCES MENTIONED:5 Intense Emotions Connected to Eating Disorders
In this week's episode, Han is joined by Jacqueline Davis. Jacqueline is the founder of Binge Breakers and works as a bulimia recovery coach to help her clients to change their habits, shift their mindsets and engage in intuitive eating.In this weeks episode we discuss:Jacqueline's experience of an eating disorder, and how this lead her to coaching.The binge-purge cycle, and what these behaviours provided for Jacqueline.Jacqueline's recovery methods including pausing, managing urges, communication, and intuitive eating.Limited beliefs that prevent recovery, and the importance of unpacking what is holding you back in making the decision of stopping binge-purge behaviours.The link between bulimia and burnout, the consequences of behaviours that outweigh the "high" that are sometimes associated with binge-purge behaviours.How to navigate and reframe relapses, slip-ups, and the guilt and shame that can be associated with this into a learning moment and sign that difficult emotions are being felt.How to navigate weight restoration in bulimia recovery.Jeanette Archer - pausingTo find out more about Jacqueline, you can follow her on Instagram @bingebreakers_bulimia, or check out her website https://www.bingebreakers.com.Please note that this episode discusses behaviours such as bingeing and purging, which some individuals may find triggering. This podcast should not be replaced with clinical advice and support. Please tread lightly and check in with yourself along the way.
Sarah Emily Speers, MA is an Alternative Healing Arts Practitioner, Empowered EatingCoach & trained psychotherapist who specializes in guiding women through doing theinner work to address the root of food and eating issues.She is the host of The Empowered Eating & Living Podcast and facilitator of theInnergize Your Life Program, designed to empower you with the information and toolsto improve eating issues, reduce food cravings, find relief from emotional wounds andexperience greater inner peace and self acceptance, all within a safe community of like-hearted humans. Sarah Emily integrates several innovative energy-based coaching andself-help methods, including Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Reiki withattachment repair, inner child healing and mindfulness- and somatic-based practices.Formerly, Sarah Emily worked as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist as Director ofBehavioral Health Program at Premier Fitness Camp, and ran the intensive treatmentprogram for binge eating disorder at the University of California San Diego. She holds aM.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy from The University of San Diego and a B.A. inPsychology from Syracuse University.Sarah Emily currently offers her services via 1:1 coaching, group programs and retreats. You can stay connected with Sarah Emily at:firstname.lastname@example.org @sarahemilyspeerswww.sarahspeers.comFreebie for your listeners: The Empowered Eating Blueprint Quizhttps://sarahspeers.com/empowered-eating-quizThe quiz will help you uncover which of the 5 Bodies of Health are underlying youreating issues so you can take effective and empowered action to change. Thyme in the Studio links:Waitlist for the Holistic Home Herbalism Course: January 2023: https://www.aidazea.com/coursehttps://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudiohttps://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/www.thymeinthestudio.comhttps://www.aidazea.com
Writer. Journalist. Podcast host. Actress. Yogi. Teacher. Speaker. Coach. And she appeared in her own TedxTalks!Meet Daralyse Lyons, a multi-talented and multifaceted leader in our mixed race community. We discuss all the hats that she has worn throughout her life, her accomplishments, her goals, and her words of wisdom she gives to us in our community and for ourselves.You can read Daralyse's amazing contributions via her website daralyselyons.comFollow her on Instagram and Twitter @daralyselyonsCheck out her podcast Demystifying DiversityFacebook Daralyse LyonsDo you want to come on the show to share your story? Perhaps you are a jack or jill of all trades, or committed to DEI work, or have been on TedTalks or TedxTalks! Please DM me on Instagram if you want to be featured!What it means to be multiracial in America, one story at a time, from the studio to the streets.DOWNLOAD and SUBSCRIBE to Generation Mixed.FOLLOW us on:Instagram| @generationmixedpodcastTwitter | @genmixedpodcastTik Tok | @genmixedpodcastSubscribe to our newsletter at www.Justjmarc.comPlease email us here with any suggestions, comments, and questions for future email@example.com
Life isn't always up and to the right. Andrea Kitsmiller knew from a young age that she wanted to work in ministry and serve God. She had visions of the perfect marriage, the perfect life but God had different plans. Today, Andrea is a strong believer that transformation comes through transparency. Join Katie and Mandy as they walk with Andrea through her journey of addiction, disordered eating, lack of self-worth, and failed expectations. Andrea opens up about how her idea of what life would be versus what life is, has proven to more fulfilling and God-breathed than she could've expected.
Puberty can be a difficult time for kids and their families. It can be hard to tell if changes in mood are normal growing pains, or if there's an underlying mental health problem. On this episode of Raising Joy, we're joined by Shanna Combs, M.D., a pediatric gynecologist at Cook Children's. She explains how puberty affects mental health and why girls are more at risk for developing issues with depression and anxiety.
The more you control your food, the more it will control you. Whether you feel guilt after eating sweets or stressed about being around them or feel compelled to "burn off" what you ate the day before to get "back on track", the struggle is real and it can make the holiday season a hard time to navigate.Our featured wisdom-sharing for this episode comes from Team Recovery Warriors. Each member has a personal experience of battling an eating disorder and unique skills that match their passion for helping others find recovery. Learn different ways to take back your power from candy and desserts.SHOW NOTES:https://recoverywarriors.com/5-ways-take-back-power-candy-desserts/
When we ask the right questions, we get better answers. Dr. Brené Brown and Dr. Carl Jung have two questions that will help you change your story from being stuck in a rut to successfully breaking free. In this episode, we cover how to use storytelling as a tool to chisel away at the personal narratives that keep you bound to fear. There is so much power in our stories and the narratives we choose to believe. What we believe is what drives us to act. It rules us.We hold the power within us to change our story. We can live a great story where we have the courage to change our lives for the better. We also have the power to live a stuck story, where we remain the same, or worse get held back from realizing our full potential. The difference between a stuck story and a successful story really comes down to how conscious we are of the patterns we are weaving through our thoughts, words, and actions.
After purging her birthday cake at the age of 18, Katie Farrell was confronted by her sisters with her secretive eating disorder which began as anorexia and escalated into bulimia. Katie taught herself how to cook in her early 20s, after finding freedom from the chains of disordered eating, and now serves up delicious and healthy meal plans and recipes through her company, Dashing Dish. Katie is ending misconceptions about eating healthy and proving that nourishing our bodies doesn't have to break the bank! Katie provides insight into the root causes of disordered eating, how to deal with a child who is suffering from an unhealthy relationship with food, and how busy parents can ditch fast food and embrace meals that will fuel their family's bodies and minds. TAKEAWAYS Read Katie's book to learn more about her journey, Nourish: Discover God's Perfectly Balanced Plan for your Body and Soul Signs of disordered eating in kids and teens may include a fear of gaining weight, secretive eating, or wearing baggy clothes An unhealthy consumption with appearance and weight distracts us from why God put us on Earth in the first place Taking care of your body correctly can help balance your emotional, mental, and spiritual health
Katie Grubiak, RDN “It's so hard to sit down with a raging eating disorder” FBT (Family Based Treatment) allows a place for the eating disorder to emote and parents to be empowered 3 Phases of FBT are described Phase 1 is a hard sell How do we support caregivers it if we're the only FBT informed practitioner on the team Someone needs to lead it These parents are hearing higher weights than they have ever heard and will likely see higher calories than is usually ever needed. Power team of collaborative care in Katie's EDRD Pro course Katie's Seasonings: Surrounding yourself with life teachers Dr. Gia Marson Dr. Lauren Muhlheim - When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder: Practical Strategies to Help Your Teen Recover from Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Dr Peeble's episode on The SeasonED RD Katie Makie, RN FEAST - https://www.feast-ed.org/ Renee Rienecke, PhD Guest Speaker for the course Course - EDRD Pro FBT Informed Nutrition Counseling for Eating Disorder Treatment 2.0 Bio: Katie Grubiak, RDN graduated from the Coordinated Program in Dietetics at The University of Texas at Austin. She first pursued a career in public health nutrition in San Diego and Los Angeles with a maternal-child focus. It was in the same underprivileged area of Los Angeles where she was serving nutritionally that she began to combine her passions, teaching dance and guiding families of dancers to public health clinic access at a foundation called everybody dance! which was awarded by First Lady Michelle Obama the National Arts & Humanities Youth Program Award. Her involvement in multidisciplinary eating disorder treatment started at the UCLA Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center. Katie developed a unique style of practicing Family Based Treatment that was driven by her collaborations with Dr. Lauren Muhlheim at Eating Disorder Therapy LA. In addition, Katie was the eating disorder dietitian at Optimum Performance Institute in Woodland Hills, California which specializes in DBT focused mental health residential treatment for young adults. Katie now has her own nutrition and care coordination private practice named NUTRITION ILLUMINATION. IG @beth.harrell.cedss Supervision Freebies With your host Beth Harrell
When children are struggling, they may not be able to fully articulate their emotions like teens or adults. This is where a trained play therapist, such as Lizzy Brown, can help. Brown is a licensed professional counselor and registered play therapist at Cook Children's. She explains how she uses the ‘universal language' of children to help them process their emotions and work through unresolved trauma.
What precedes an eating disorder? Dr. Norman Kim has valuable insights to share that can change the way you think about eating disorders. Norman is a highly sought after speaker, educator and advocate for Eating Disorder Awareness. He believes that "everyone's journey to healing is going to be different because everyone's pain is different." With a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA and as co-founder of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity in Mental Health combined with decades of clinical research and practice, it's an honor to have Norman share his knowledge and experience with you. WHAT WE COVER: What commonly precedes an eating disorder Why eating disorders are a kind of anxiety disorder There is no such thing as being sick enough Treatment is not one size fits all Why reaching out for help can be challenging CONNECT WITH NORMAN KIM, PHDLinkedInRESOURCES: Recovery Warriors
In this episode, Emily shares her experience with Bulimia and navigating a treatment world that reflects a complete misunderstanding as to the honest nature of her suffering. She details the ins and outs of her experience and offers the lesser spoken perspective of someone who's eating disorder is not food or body centric. Emily is insightful, inspiring, and speaks words the world needs to hear. // Plug in and prepare to be IMPOWERED Connect with Emily: https://www.instagram.com/emilysamama/?hl=en Connect with me: Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/impowered_pod/?hl=en IM_POWERING: https://www.instagram.com/im_powering/?hl=en Support Services: • Lifeline Australia: Call 13 11 14 • Beyond Blue Support Service: Call 1300 22 4636 • The butterfly foundation: Call 1800 HOPE (1800 33 4673) https://butterfly.org.au • Kids helpline: Call 1800 55 1800 • Eating disorders Victoria: 1300 550 236 https://www.eatingdisorders.org.au • National Eating Disorders Collaboration: https://nedc.com.au • Eating Disorders Queensland: https://eatingdisordersqueensland.org.au • General Mental Health Support Services (Helplines/Hotlines): https://www.mentalhealthhelp.com.au/service-directory/helplines/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imogen-barnes/message
Insecurities….we all have them. Even the people that you think don't, do. We all have insecurities to varying degrees, but the real kicker is whether they stop us from living the life we want to live and doing the things we want to do. Really, nothing holds ourselves back more than our insecurities. So let's explore 5 common insecurities that hold people back and what to focus on instead.SHOW NOTES:https://recoverywarriors.com/5-intense-emotions-connected-to-eating-disorders/FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:Mirjam MainlandLinkedin
How do you trust an unknown future? Can you give up the life you think you're suppose to have in order to have the life that is waiting for you?Today we talk about trust from a few different perspectives.Trust and how it relates to control with food and our bodies.Trust and how it relates to fear of stepping outside of our comfort zones.And trust and how it relates to the overall unfolding of our life destiny.SHOW NOTES:https://recoverywarriors.com/FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:Brandilyn Tebo Website | Instagram | Achievement Trap Book
Suicide is the third leading cause of death among people aged 15 to 24 in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). During the first seven months of the COVID-19 lockdown, U.S. hospitals experienced a 24% increase in mental-health-related emergency visits for children aged 5 to 11, and a 31% increase for those aged 12 to 17. On this very special episode of Raising Joy, we sit down in front of a live audience in Fort Worth, Texas, to interview acclaimed author, Andrew Solomon, Ph.D. Dr. Solomon spoke to us about his recent article in The New Yorker called, “The Mystifying Rise of Child Suicides,” and recounts what he has learned from conducting dozens of interviews with parents who have lost a child to suicide. This is a difficult, yet important episode for anyone interested in learning more about the mental health crisis affecting youth in America.
In 2021, there were 1,570 visits at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Jamye Coffman, M.D., is the medical director of the Child Advocacy Resources and Evaluation (C.A.R.E.) Team at Cook Children's. On this episode of Raising Joy, she talks to us about her work as a pediatrician dedicated to treating victims of physical and sexual abuse, neglect and drug exposure. Dr. Coffman also shares about the increase in patients being targeted by predators online and how parents can help protect their children.
We've bought into the idea that we're capable of controlling our emotions. We're not. At the same time, our emotions provide us powerful keys to self-awareness. They serve as a way to help us understand our needs, boundaries, and desires better.In this episode we cover five intense emotions connected to eating disorders so you can get to a place where you embrace their intensity without turning to eating disorder behaviors and ultimately understand their underlying messages.THE FIVE EMOTIONS: Anxiety (4:20) Disconnection (7:15) Shame (10:55) Depression (14:40) Anger (18:05) SHOW NOTES:https://recoverywarriors.com/FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:Norman Kim Ayana TherapyBrandilyn Tebo Website | Instagram | Achievement Trap Book
More about Jem:Jem Fuller has lived a colourful, global life. From barefoot backpacker to corporate leader, fire-dancer and traditional tattooist, kindergarten teacher to motorcycle courier, masseuse and reflexology to labourer and travel consultant.Now his time is as partner and father, coach, facilitator and retreat leader. He is the author of the recently published book, The Art of Conscious Communication for Thoughtful Men, and can be seen delivering his TEDx talk on YouTube.https://jemfuller.com/books/You can find Jem at www.jemfuller.com and you can also buy his book from Amazon or Booktopia. You can enrol in his online courses via his website or contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
Today's special podcast episode is with one of my amazing clients - Jana. One thing I love about Jana is how frank she is. On this podcast she'll give you her honest feedback on what she struggled with in recovery and what she learned along the way. Some key topics we cover: Bulimia isn't just a young person's thing - though Jana struggled with disorder eating for a long time her bulimia didn't start till she was in her 50's after the loss of both her parents in a 6 month period Experiencing weight gain in recovery and how she looked at it. What it's like to be in recovery while having an extremely active partner with different fitness goals & the feeling of inferiority. Dealing with the feeling of being full and not purging combined with her condition of gastroparesis. How she's been since working together & advice she'd give to anyone struggling. For more information on private coaching, group coaching, free resources, & more go to https://www.bingebreakers.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bingebreakers_bulimia/ DISCLAIMER This recording is not nor is intended to be utilized as medical advice or a medical diagnosis. If you think you are in need of medical attention or treatment, please seek it immediately. This recording is intended to offer advice to those struggling with bulimia based on my own experience, my client's experiences, and what I've found to work. This recording will also contain sensitive subjects such as binging and purging, weight, & depression. Please listen at your own discretion and do what you think is best for you. I am a coach. Not a doctor, therapist, or any other medical professional. I cannot diagnose conditions or prescribe treatments. If you think you need more advanced help, such as therapy, ED treatment, or you are a risk to your own health, please seek it immediately. To find more resources on eating disorders please visit: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helpline
Thanks for listening to another episode of The Women's Fittest Podcast! This is episode #135 and part 3 of this whole story of my road to a healthy food relationship. In this episode I talk about my history of eating disorders beginning with diet culture of the 90's, being an athlete my whole life, the variety of eating disorders I delved into, and even the struggles with contest prep and the bodybuilding lifestyle over the last 12 years. I'm super grateful for the sport as it pulled me out of a lot of the victimhood I was living in for so long, but I also had to learn to unlearn some things from it as well. My biggest takeaway here is that I feel I really broke a cycle in healing my food relationships so I could raise a mentally healthy child. Many things I learned that messed me up I didn't pass on to my daughter. This is a huge parenting win and worth all the struggle and therapy.I hope you enjoy getting to know me a bit more and understand I'm human, I'm always still learning, and I'm grateful for each day to grow and share and relate. Thank you for the outpouring of messages many of you have taken the time to write. I'm encouraged to continue to be open and real. And it's comforting to know I'm not alone. Much love,Debra Jean Subscribe to The Women's Fittest podcast as new episodes drop every Monday and throughout the week. Your reviews are appreciated and truly matter! Thank you in advance for your efforts towards the growth of The Women's Fittest podcast. Also find many of these episodes in video form on my YouTube: Buffcake22! Purchase a Women's Fittest Program & Join The Women's Fittest private Facebook group for my female one on one clients or for those who've purchased training/nutrition programs: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3157219821269373/Sign up for my newsletter: http://eepurl.com/b6uPd5Check out my Amazon link to shop what I shop! Use this paid link to help support the show! https://www.amazon.com/shop/buffcake22Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/buffcake22ACoaching inquiries email Debra: email@example.com Find all these links and more at Debra's linktree: https://linktr.ee/Buffcake22
Los trastornos de la conducta alimentaria son un grupo de trastornos mentales graves que suponen la tercera causa de enfermedad crónica en adolescentes. Es muy importante que los padres sean capaces de reconocer de forma temprana sus signos para que puedan pedir ayuda cuanto antes. ¿En la anorexia siempre se pierde peso? ¿Es necesario que mi hija vomite para decir que es bulímica? ¿La bulimia es una enfermedad exclusiva en chicas? Conoce las respuestas en este episodio de Sin cita previa.
Jillian Rigert, DMD, MD has formal training in dentistry, medicine, and oral medicine. She is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in Radiation Oncology at a cancer institution as well as being a life and leadership coach with primary focus on life and career transitions. Jillian is a quality of life, mental health, and eating disorder awareness advocate and YouTube enthusiast where she shares life lessons from many who are seeking deeper meaning, purpose, and connection. Jillian's coaching website is jillianrigertcoaching.com and it includes a link to Permission to Pivot, and her FB group. The links for today's podcast with Dr. Jillian Rigert and our hosts are in the show notes.Show Notes:Jillian's coaching website is jillianrigertcoaching.com and it includes a link to Permission to Pivot, and her FB group The burnout article by Jillian that people love-https://www.kevinmd.com/2022/02/i-risked-my-career-to-save-my-life.htmlJillian's article with Kevin MD -The Military and Medicine https://www.kevinmd.com/2022/05/military-and-medicine-10-shared-risk-factors-for-eating-disorder-development.htmlOur Hosts:Linda and John (Jack) Mazur wrote, Emilee: The Story of a Girl and Her Family Hijacked by Anorexia, to honor their daughter's wish, to raise awareness, evoke compassion, and foster change in how eating disorders are viewed and treated. Paperback: and Kindle:https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/170092012XAudiobook:https://www.amazon.com/Emilee-Story-Family-Hijacked-Anorexia/dp/B08R6LRPDSLinda and Jack can be reached through the book website: https://emileethestoryofagirl.com or at Linda.firstname.lastname@example.orgEllen Bennett is the director of KMB for Answers, a non-profit charity providing educational and financial support for mental health professionals as well as assistance for families in search of resources. For more information about Ellen Bennett and the foundation founded in memory of her daughter Katlyn, go to: www.Kmbforanswers.com
I disturbi del compportamento alimentare sono multifattoriali, un peso significativo è dato da elementi neurofisiologici, genetici ed epigenetici, e all'interazione del microbiota. In questo video di approfondimento una breve carrellata del ruolo psicobiologico della loro manifestazione.
Discover how your personality can be both your biggest asset and greatest stumbling block on today's fascinating episode. When Dr. Laura Hill first encountered research showing that a person's temperament - the baked-in personality traits dictated by their genes - dramatically influences the type and expression of their eating disorder, she was thrilled. For decades, she had felt that eating disorder treatment only focused on external behaviors, while ignoring root causes. But through brain-based research, she was finally able to see how and why disorders begin growing in the first place. This excitement compelled Dr. Hill to devote the next ten years of her career to working alongside colleagues and patients in developing the first-ever eating disorder treatment focused on genetic traits. The result? Temperament Based Treatment with Supports - TBT-S for short. Influenced by Dr. Hill's playful and inquisitive spirit, this approach promises thrilling possibilities for long-term recovery. Resources: Our Website: www.mentalnotepodcast.com Free mental health assessment: (877) 850-7199 Her Book - https://amz.run/61EQ Dr. Hill's TED Talk: Eating Disorders From the Inside Out: https://ytube.io/3WsY Video of Wire/Re-Wire Activity: https://ytube.io/3WsZ Three levels of TBT-S training from tbtstraining.com Level 1 Training - https://bityl.co/F0f7 Level 2 Training - https://bit.ly/3STzrMe Level 3 Training - https://bit.ly/3CmHfPz Eating Recovery Center Website: www.eatingrecoverycenter.com Free Group Support: eatingrecoverycenter.com/support-groups
El éxito, sea lo que sea lo que consideremos como éxito: una pareja, un trabajo, un sueño, esta muy ligado a nuestro amor propio y vivimos en un mundo que atenta contra nuestra autoestima. Un mundo en el que la estética que vemos en las redes sociales, internet, revistas, etc., son en su mayoría cuerpos "perfectos" que no reflejan nuestra realidad y van dañando nuestra percepción del amor y del éxito. Así cuestionamos nuestra imagen personal, atentamos con nuestra salud y enfrentar temas de autoestima por alcanzar esos modelos "perfectos". Pau y Val se sientan a platicar con Ana Carbajal, psicóloga, escritora y modelo mexicana de talla grande reconocida internacionalmente para justamente hablar de cómo el éxito, y el amor, no se define por la talla de nuestra ropa. Sobre Ana Carbajal: Es Psicóloga, escritora y modelo Internacional mexicana, ha trabajado entre Europa, Estados Unidos y Latinoamérica. Debuto en NewYorkFashionWeek ha estado en portadas y páginas de las revistas más prestigiosas de México: Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, Women Health, Glamour, y Grazia y ha sido imagen de marcas tanto en Mexico como en el extranjero de Levi´s, Sally, Urban Decay USA, Adidas en Reino Unido, entre otras. Su primera conferencia fue una Ted Talk llamada “equidad de cuerpos”. En enero de este año publico su primer libro titulado “El amor que nos robaron” En el cual narra sus experiencias y aprendizajes antes y después de entrar a la industria del modelaje.Para Ana lo más importante en su carrera es lo que su imagen representa, el posicionar a mujeres de talla grande en lugar donde jamás habían estado cambiando estereotipos de belleza y ayudando en la creación de una sociedad más inclusiva y sana para las siguientes generaciones.“Nos han ocultado por años, como si hubiera algo terriblemente malo en nosotras, causando un gran daño en nuestro sistema de creencias y amor propio, lo más importante para mí, es que mi trabajo sirva para inspirar a otras mujeres a levantar su voz, reconocer su valor y permitirse ser feliz hoy.”Suscríbete para apoyar al podcast y comparte tus episodios favoritosSiguenos en YouTubeSiguenos en InstagramSiguenos en FaceBookSigue a Pau Feltrin Sigue a Val BenavidesDESLINDE DE RESPONSABILIDAD: El contenido en este podcast es meramente informativo y no pretende sustituir la atención diagnóstico o tratamiento médico profesional. Siempre consulta con tu doctor o profesional de la salud certificado para cualquier duda o pregunta respecto a una condición médica o de salud. Nunca ignore el consejo médico profesional ni demores en buscarlo por algo que hayas escuchado en este podcast.
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Enjoy this fireside chat between Elizabeth Shields Young and Kate. Elizabeth shares her mountainous journey with her eating disorder. * * * * ******** ANNOUNCEMENTS *********Kate has a new book coming out which is to be released in the fall of 2022 called “Anxiety Hacks” Proven Techniques, Tools and Tips to Calmness Kate teaches you the techniques, tools, and tips that she has taught to thousands of her anxiety clients with positive results. Taking you from being constantly riddled with explosive anxiety to immediately feeling as calm as possible.You will learn: · The one and only proven super successful “C.A.L.M. Your Alarm” acronym technique to instantly reduce your anxiety. · How to improve your life and open the door to calmness while addressing all of your debilitating anxious thoughts and feelings. · Use Kate's 7 steps program that takes you from feeling completely overwhelmed by your anxiety to learning powerful techniques to calm yourself instantly. So keep your ear to the ground to find out when the big release date will be.Kate is also the author of Bulimia Sucks! It is an inspiring, practical book written to empower people to break through the barriers stopping them from taking that first step to freedom from bulimia. With astounding new approaches and techniques, to learn how to reprogram their mind to freedom. Support the showReach out to Kate at:Bulimia Sucks book: https://amzn.to/3ycH4CNWebsite: katehudson-hall.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BulimiaSuckIG: https://www.instagram.com/katehudsonhall/Email: email@example.com...
In this episode Millie chats to Shannon Calvert. Shannon is a lived experience leader after having a severe and enduring eating disorder for most of her life. Her personal experience inspired her advocacy to support the respect, rights, and appropriate treatment for those affected by eating disorders, mental ill-health and end of life care. As an educator and consumer advisor, she collaborates with clinicians and researchers in an advisory capacity, providing consultation and engagement toward systemic improvement in the eating disorders and mental health sector. She was recently appointed as the Lived Experience Co-Production Co-Lead at the Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre.They discuss her severe and enduring battle with Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder, the importance of compassion in eating disorder care, grieving the loss of an eating disorder and the power of holding hope for people. There is hope at ended.org.au endED is a nonprofit organisation and needs your support to continue providing guidance and hope for those affected by eating disorders. DONATE HEREFollow endED on Facebook or Instagram Find out more about Millie Thomas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.