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SE1-Ep9: Body Image for beginners

by | Jan 25, 2024 | Podcast | 0 comments

In this episode I talk about body image for beginners. What it is ‘body image’? How does our society and culture have on how we think and relate to our feelings about our bodies?

Let’s explore what the starting point for exploring body image is. This is Body Image for beginners.

In this podcast episode I will touch on different concepts that we hear about when we talk about body image, such as body love, body acceptance and body neutrality.

When did you first learn that your body was a problem?

And what if it wasn’t a problem to be fixed?

What if the only thing we have to “fix” is how we think about bodies, our own as well as other people’s bodies.

I’ll talk a bit about weight discrimination and how it affects us all, even though it proportionately hurts people in larger bodies.

Finally I’ll also share a couple of simple tips that can help get you started on your own journey of feeling more at ease with your body.

This is another podcast episode on body image and body acceptance, for further listening.

If you are interesting in exploring working with me 1:1 find out more here. Or book in for a free 30 min exploration call.

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Hey there, I´m Linn

This is my little corner of the internet where I share things related to our complex relationship with food, eating and our bodies.

I believe that eating ought to be nourishing and joyful instead of filled with fear, guilt and shame.

Your body, and all of you, is worthy of care and  food or eating should never need to be earned or justified.