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What is shame, why do we feel it about food and our bodies and how can we get out of it?
If you’ve ever read any of Brene Brown’s work you might have learned a little about what it is.
She defines shame as “the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing that we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging – something we’ve experienced, done, or failed to do makes us unworthy of connection.”
When we feel ashamed about what we’re eating, how we’re eating (hello, binge eating) or about our bodies we isolate ourselves and dive into a feeling of unworthiness.
In this episode we will be exploring why we feel shame when it comes to food and our bodies and how to release it so you can move forward with more peace around your relationship with food and body.
Join us in our podcast community to share your shame and get it out in the open at www.facebook.com/groups/howtoloveyourbodypodcast
Love Lauren and Jenna
The Body Love Society provides women with the mindset tools and community so they can stop dieting, practice intuitive eating, and learn to love their bodies.