In this episode, we talk to Heidi - entrepreneur, social activist and eating disorder survivor. Heidi helps the audience understand how it was her drive for perfection that fueled this disease that nearly killed her. She also offers hope in the form of the authentic connections she creates through her work in the community, work that has ultimately saved her and invited her to take up space in the world.Read More
In this episode, Tiffany talks about surviving sexual assault and other forms of violence. She also references suicidal ideations and other substantial impacts of trauma. If any of these topics could be harmful or triggering to you, please exercise caution if you choose to listen.Read More
In this episode, we talk with Jenna. Jenna is a woman with a story about awakening. She gently weaves her narrative through a childhood marked a body that was too much, around an adolescence tightly wrapped up by insecurity, and then directly toward a place of healing and transformation. She talks about starving and binging and obsession over every ounce of food that passed her lips.Read More
In this episode, we sat down with Ashley - a wife, a mama, a woman who has spent most of her life compensating for feeling like she was taking up too much space in the world. We talked about people pleasing and the inevitable loss of self that comes with hustling for acceptance. We talked about unpacking our own pain to be present to our daughters. We talked about pain and loss, courage and joy.Read More
In this episode, Sarah sits down with her mom to understand how generations of body stories help to shape our own body story. Her mama opens up about being a "chubby" kid, an adolescent who would do anything to be thin, and a woman who is working toward finding joy.Read More
In this episode, Jessica shares some truth about the way this culture interacts with pregnant bodies, and about the obsession with beauty and the way it leaks into the expectations about pregnant women.
And let me tell you, it's amazing how quickly your life can change when you decide that you are worthy. And that's what I've done... because I've taken my failures and I now use them as tools.Read More