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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.
Sport is highly recommended and is a high money earner professionally, however the most important thing is to love what you do. It is a fact that the world needs help in obesity/diet problems. Body image is equally important to love the skin your in, the before, during and after shots :) we will finish with meditation.Welcome all. I give a shout out to Australian WBA #15 Daniel Awesome Dawson vs Austin Trout, former WBA 154 pound champion.I wish Daniel every success in his match in America,at the Pechanga Resort and Casino, Temecula, California on the 22nd of August 2014. If you would like to register to a sport website that has a registry for sport people around the world, go to www.sportkin.com
Chloé Taylor Brown, lifestyle coach, author, model and women and girls advocate connects with Laticia "Action" Jackson, fitness expert and International Federation of Body Building and Fitness Professional. Laticia's latest book, "I'm Not a Size Zero: Defining Your Curves While Loving Yourself" is a women's fitness training book emphasizing the fact that being fit isn't about being a size zero; instead, Laticia educates women on being size "healthy" and happy.
Over 12 years of experience in the health and fitness arena and still kicking it, Laticia “Action” Jackson has been featured and recognized in many fitness publications, including, Oxygen, Muscle and Fitness Hers, Flex, Ironman, Muscular Development and has made many television appearances, including Fox, ABC, C.W. and is “the” go to fitness expert for the Steve Harvey Morning Show.
Also joining us for our career corner is Chantel Thompson of Sweet Job Spot to talk about what it means to be a non-techie in a technical world and what we can do about it.
Connect with @ChloeTBrown! Chloé's books are available at Amazon.com.
Ladies, join us for "Beauty, Fashion & Image" series for Dating Talk. My guest is Lisa Taylor, who has a Masters in Counseling. Join us as she explores body image and how to overcome negative body image. Lisa has counselled teens and adults and is a graduate of Regent University.
How do you view your body and does it affect your dating/love life?
How do you help a teen develop and maintain a healthy body image and good self-esteem? Doing so can be a real challenge.
It is common for young people to feel increasingly uncomfortable with their bodies as changes occur during adolescence. Low self-esteem occurs when expectations of how you want your body to look don’t match up to reality.
These types of feelings can lead to distorted thoughts and emotions about your bodies and negative thoughts about body image and self-worth can lead to changes in eating and exercise behaviours.
This week on the Empowering Women Series for Changing Minds Online. Jessica Leichtweisz and Dr. Aikyna Finch will be joined by special guest Valerie Montgomery, Owner/Psychotherapist at Beyond Beautiful, to talk about Having a Healthy Body Image! This is a Can't Miss show!
Call in and ask your questions on 5/29 at 9 PM EST/8PM CST (949) 203-4763 www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline
Summer is upon us, and it’s time to shed the cozy layers of winter outerwear and enjoy warmer weather. For many people, baring more skin also exposes their deep-seated insecurities about their bodies.
This year, take action to beat those negative niggles and learn how to have a healthy body image all summer long. Listen to the five positive body image commandments to boost your self-esteem and foster self-love
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Have you ever felt pressure to bounce back IMMEDIATELY after having a baby? Have you ever received criticism for not looking exactly the way you did before having a baby? Tonight we will discuss Motherhood and Body image. We will also discuss how the media sends the wrong messages to women.
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My guest today, Jenny G. Perry, is the author of the novel "The Jennifers" and a feisty married mother of five, happily residing at the Jersey Shore. She loves to blog on social media about her life’s journey in a fun and spiritual way. She has a passion for life, fashion, and a bold voice which preaches self-love daily.
She loves to give author talks to cheer on her fellow writers and to tell everyone to go after their dreams. She is a blogger on www.beliefnet.com and has also been featured as a blogger on www.huffingtonpost.com and www.elephantjournal.com. She is also featured in the May 2014 issue of Oprah magazine, as well as Good Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan magazines.
Learn more and meet Jenny at http://www.jennygperry.com
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