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Many people throughout the world suffer from low self esteem and negative body image issues. A study shows that approximately 91% of women are unhappy with their bodies and resort to dieting.Are you a part f the 91% On today's show I challenge you to dig deeper to find out why it is that you or your love ones may be uncomfortable in his/her own skin. Perhaps this is a deeper issue that stems back from a more serious problem than diet alone. Join me and my special guests as we discuss our bodies and why we feel the way that we do.
We are continuing our conversation about how body image affects youth. This program includes discussion on how body image can tie to bullying and the role that social media plays. The panel includes a variety of body types, thus creating interesting discourse from different ends of the body-type spectrum. We also have a male on panel who will talk about how body image affects boys--their conversations, perceptions, and ideas
Body image is a major concern for teens because the media portrays perfection: skinny, long hair, fair skin, and flawlessness. But, this is not realistic. More often than not, teens are not aware that celebrities are made to appear perfect through such technology as photoshopping and makeup. These enhancements promote unrealistic expectations for both girls and boys.
In this show we will discuss how body image affects the youth of today. How it is portrayed in media (social and otherwise) and in school.
In this episode Annie and Sarah Discuss the Protein World advert and recent commentsregarding clothes for overweight people. We talke about body image, self-esteem. meanness and building a better future for our daughters,
Join Sarah Newton (www.sarahnewton.com) and Annie Fox (http://www.anniefox.com) as they answer the fundamental question, what makes youth successful? What empowers them? What makes them want to change? Why do they behave the way they do and most importantly, how can we positively impact and influence them? Together, Sarah and Annie have over 40+ years experience in the youth field. Sarah, an ex-police officer in London, started her consulting business 14 years ago and is well known worldwide for her TV and radio work. Annie is a parenting expert who has been answering teen email questions since 1997. Join them on The Youth Success Show as these two seasoned experts share their ideas, thoughts, perspectives and tools to help youth thrive.
This episode will be a free flowing conversation with The Grateful Girl, Heather Powers. We will explore the topic of body image and our societal distorted view of women's bodies and how the effects of the Media, Print and the Entertainment industry has brainwashed our culture into distorted versions of what is beautiful. We will also discuss the new emerging woman who is demanding to be seen in all her imperfections and stepping into her power and accepting and loving herself whole. There is a deep inner journey that one must go on to arrive in this place of total acceptance and self love. Come journey with us.
Heather Powers is an award winning, internationally acknowledged recording artist, author and speaker. She has travelled the world entertaining and encouraging audiences through her music and her dramatic life story of young adult trauma, chronic illness, eating disorder, drugs and eventually finding complete life transition and learning to live day to day on a new path.
Heather is currently working on her third album, singing and speaking to audiences about life transformation and producing conscious events abroad with her beloved and friend to the show, Jason Michael Henson.
Brittany, Jackie, Dan and Robert as they discuss the major issue of Women's body image and the affect it has on relationships. Robert and the Ladies breakdown this tough and sensitive subject to try and dissect it's impact on Millennial women and the men in their lives. You can't turn on the t.v, open a magazine or even go on social networking sites without confronting the issue of body image.and in turn how this issue affects our relationships. So join us as we dive into this conversation with the hope of bringing some light to what can be a very dark issue that affects the lives of women (and men) all over the world.
This weeks topic is "Body Image & Self Love" we are going to be talking about the importance of truly loving and accepting yourself for ALL of your bits. Embracing your curves, scars, freckles, ALL of it! Learning to truly love yourself and project that outward in your world.
Host Ashley Davene Author of "Art of Love" and "Pink and Blue A Love Story.." Top ranked healthy living journalist, Spiritual and Relationship Counselor, hopeful romantic.
Erika Watson, leader of the Sacred Strut Movement, is a Self love and Empowerment Coach supporting women to create the life and body they love with more clarity, confidence and sacred connection. Having overcome her own issues with emotional and disordered eating, Erika knows first hand how painful it feels to be trapped in a body you hate, the extremes of endless dieting and exercise, and emotional overwhelm. She holds multiple certifications in the areas of mind, body, spirit connection, fitness, and wellness, and today is beyond grateful to experience deeper levels of self love, peace, and freedom in her own body and lifestyle. She extends her arms to anyone ready to say Yes to themselves and Rock their Sacred Strut in the World!
How important is it for us as women to love our bodies?
Does your body image affect your confidence, sex life and or self esteem from time to time?
Would you like to learn to love your body more?
Imagine how having a positive body image will impact on that of our daughters, nieces and younger women in our communities.
Join Caleen Diedrick, Transformational Coach, Radio Show host and founder of Fervida "Sensuality Unleashed" who will be joining Dr. Chan & Coach Seah to share knowledge and insights around her new "Encouraging Women to Fall in Love with Their Bodies in this month's episode of Growing Consciousness.
Melanie Klein and Anna Guest-Jelley share their remarkable, first-of-its-kind book Yoga and Body Image: 25 Personal Stories About Beauty, Bravery & Loving Your Body. The anthology's 25 contributors—including musician Alanis Morissette, internationally-recognized yoga instructors Seane Corn and Bryan Kest, and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Sara Gottfried—discuss how yoga and body image intersect. Through inspiring personal stories you’ll discover how yoga not only affects your physical health, but also how you feel about your body.
Melanie Klein, M.A., is a writer, speaker and Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies at Santa Monica College. She is a contributing author in 21st Century Yoga: Culture, Politics and Practice and is featured in Conversations with Modern Yogis. She is the co-editor of Yoga and Body Image: 25 Personal Stories About Beauty, Bravery + Loving Your Body, and co-founder of the Yoga and Body Image Coalition. Web: http://yogaandbodyimage.com Twitter: @feministfatale
Anna Guest-Jelley, M.A., is the founder of CurvyYoga.com., a training and inspiration portal for curvy girls tht has been featured in The Washington Post, Yoga Journal, US News & World Report and Yoga International, among others.
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION - Disabled people and their body image!
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION Means FREEDOM, Equality and Total Accessibility Advocates for the Disabled!
Ep 8: "Body Image" Syndrome Can Kill! Find Out How w/Southern Warrior Sisters. You can save your life or a loved ones life! Many people struggle with eating, poor body image, and mood disorder problems and not knowing where to turn for help. Sometimes, it often manifests as a Eating Disorder, such as Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia or simply overeating.
Eating Disorder has the highest suicide rates of any psychiatric condition and is the third most common chronic illness among females in America (2005). The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) also defines AN as a mental illness (MI) characterized by self-starvation and excessive weight loss (NEDA, 2005).
On this episode, Princess Fumi and Her Southern Warrior Sisters will break the lid off this problem of Poor Body Image. They will share their own personal experiences with the syndrome.
If you are or you know someone who is struggling, THIS IS THE EPISODE TO LISTEN TO.
The Sister-Tribe will debunk the following questions and lots more:
(1) What is Body Image Syndrome? Is it a mental illness? Is poor self esteem a factor
(2) What are the signs & symptoms i.e. how do you know if body image is a problem you must address (list ways to identify it); (3) Sisters share their personal brush with the illness
(4) What are the effects of body image syndrome? That is, how does it affect areas of your life? E.g. work- career, family, spirituality?
(5) Once you ascertain you have this syndrome or your family member is suffering from it, then what?
(6) Can you overcome Body Image Syndrome?
(7) How do you overcome this? We will Share life tools that can help.
(8) We will introduce challenge:Tell listeners (you) to share their stories with us by sending it to our email
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