Tue, 22 March 2016
I chat with Vivienne McMaster – creator of Be Your Own Beloved, photographer and body image advocate – on how you can heal negative body image through selfies and choose compassion over critique in photos. In this episode, we chat about: • How Vivienne used photography to heal her body image and change her negative stories • How long it took Vivienne to start to see her body in a loving way through photography • What it really feels like to “love your body” and why there isn’t a “self-love” party at the end of it • Selfies are so much more than arm’s length photos • How to start seeing your photos through a loving and compassionate lens • What to do if you typically avoid photos or find them triggering • How to begin to love pieces of you where you normally direct hate • Are we really so much more than a body? • Simple ways for you to start embracing what you see in the photo and use selfies as a tool of healing on your body image journey • How to overcome fear around taking selfies and why they are not narcissistic • Plus so much more!
Direct download: FRR_56_-_Vivienne.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 8:00am EDT
Wed, 9 March 2016
In this episode, we chat about: Where our need to compare comes from, Why it is one of the last things to disappear on your way to body love, The cultural influence on our need to compare, Why looking at comparisons from a broader social perspective helps us to unpack why they occur, Our evolutionary need to compare and corresponding emotional response, 9 steps you can take to end compare and despair today, Plus so much more!
Direct download: FRR_55_Comparisons.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 8:28pm EDT
Tue, 1 March 2016
In this episode I run solo and answer YOUR questions on: What to do when you can’t shake the feeling that you’d be better if you were thinner, why we really can’t let go of control around food, how to overcome beliefs and shame around attractiveness, how to know when it’s emotionally safe to start a movement practice after having a not-so-great relationship to it in the past, how to make movement something that doesn’t feel like a burden or “exercise”…ugh
Direct download: FRR_54_QA.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 7:00am EDT