If you’ve ever felt body shame, this episode is for you.
This past weekend, I wrote a blog post on body shame that’s absolutely been blowing up across social media relating to a comment that was left of my Instagram account.
The point of the body shame post wasn’t to get back or get even with the commenter. Rather, I wanted to open dialogue around the issue of body shame and body shaming, whether it’s something you’ve done to others or yourself.
One thing is clear: It’s resonating, and you are taking the conversation out into the world, talking to your kids, co-workers, friends, and family.
And it coincides with the free tickets for my 2017 Women’s Strength Summit opening up, which is pretty rad.
You’re cordially invited to grab a free ticket – and the 2017 Strength Building Playbook – for the online event which runs May 15-21, 2017.
I’m really excited for this year because there are six themes:
- Women’s health
Each expert talk goes in-depth to give you strategies for building a stronger body, mind, and spirit…so you can step outside your comfort zone and live a life you freaking love.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, We Cover:
- Z’s experience coaching at the powerlifting meet,
- the origin of the body shaming post,
- Steph’s body image story,
- why Steph created the Women’s Strength Summit,
- all the cool stuff going on during this year’s Summit,
- …and a lot more.
Links & Resources:
- Women’s Strength Summit free tickets
- Mind Your Own Body: An Open Letter to Body Shamers
- 50 Epic Tips for Getting Outside Your Comfort Zone
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