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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.
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.
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.
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
In part two of our episode on teen wellness and body image, teen hosts Amelia, Yanira, Sarah, Kyla, Jess, Kaitlyn, Dana, Domy, and Nate discuss what affects our perception of our bodies and how we can achieve holistic wellness through exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep. In part I, our guest is Jill Catherine, founder of 44 Hearts and spokesperson for Ophelia’s Place. This episode was recorded at Cafe at 407, a cafe in Liverpool, NY, that funds Ophelia’s Place and promotes a community creating change. If you think that you or someone you know may have an eating disorder, please contact the Upstate New York Eating Disorder Service for help and more information.
Click here for part I of this episode.
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?
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
In this two-part episode on teen wellness and body image, teen hosts Amelia, Yanira, Sarah, Kyla, Jess, Kaitlyn, Dana, Domy, and Nate discuss what affects our perception of our bodies and how we can achieve holistic wellness through exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep. In part I, our guest is Jill Catherine, founder of 44 Hearts and spokesperson for Ophelia's Place. This episode was recorded at Cafe at 407, a cafe in Liverpool, NY, that funds Ophelia's Place and promotes a community creating change.
If you think that you or someone you know may have an eating disorder, please contact the Upstate New York Eating Disorder Service for help and more information.
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.
John 8:32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
Genesis 1:26 reads "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." Many people interpret this scripture to mean that God physically looks like man, or a particular man. We welcome you to join us, as we examine the scriptures to see, if we are in the image of God, or how do we get in the image of God? That is, if you can handle the truth.
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