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Distorted Self Image: Let Go of Negative Self Talk and Create a Positive Relationship With Your Body

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Breathe in positivity, exhale negativity. 

Ever caught yourself looking in the mirror and just feeling, well, not great about what you see? We all have those moments, and they can lead to us being super hard on ourselves.

When we see a distorted image of ourselves, especially about our body and how we look, we tend to become self-critical and resort to negative self-talk. 

Today, we are going to focus on breaking out of that kind of mindset and focusing on giving ourselves so much love. Let's talk about how to get out of this distorted mindset and focus more on self-appreciation. We start by discovering three things we truly love about ourselves and how to be in a space where societal expectations and opinions no longer hold sway over your authenticity.

There is a profound impact in changing the way we talk to ourselves. Positive self-talk isn't just about words; it's about nurturing inner dialogue that ignites joy and self-compassion. 

But it doesn't end with self-love. Compliments are more than words; they're a gift of affirmation that uplifts not just the recipient, but also the giver.

Let's celebrate the magic of being unapologetically ourselves and embrace the beauty we hold within us.


What We Discuss:

  • 00:00 Surprise energy work with a stranger
  • 02:20 The 3 things you love about yourself
  • 07:50 It’s so freeing to not just care
  • 10:57 Change how you talk to yourself
  • 12:59 Appreciate your body
  • 15:09 Compliment other people
  • 18:04 Negative relationship with the concept of being skinny
  • 18:42 Take social media breaks
  • 20:02 The truth about comparison
  • 24:40 The clothes for when I…
  • 26:16 You are the soul and not the body

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