We stand in solidarity with the people and protestors who fight systemic injustice, police brutality, white supremacy, and the destruction of Black bodies and communities. Right now, solidarity looks like listening, believing, donating, feeling, holding space, asking for consent, giving room, reflecting, and having direct and sometimes difficult conversations with people in our lives. We know…

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Body Trust is Your Birthright Magnet

We’ve been getting asked more and more about how to share this work with others when it’s so counter-cultural. Learning about Body Trust® is like learning to speak a new language, and sometimes when you are fairly new in your own process and understanding of it, it can be especially hard to talk about. So…

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We recorded a video series for our beloved community to help you learn more about the Core Elements and Phases of a Body Trust® Practice. Below is a note and link to Video #5.   “What if it’s a measure of our freedom to reclaim pleasure?” ∼adrienne maree brown   One of the ways we…

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“We’d like to encourage parents to calm down about Halloween Candy.”  This is something Dana wrote on Facebook years ago, and within a matter of minutes, it had 50 shares. The post went on to say… “Despite popular belief, sugar is not addictive. Candy is part of the world, and candy will be in your…

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→We were on AMNW on Monday talking about Weight Stigma Awareness Week (WSAW), which was started by Chevese Turner in 2011 and is now hosted by The National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA). The goal of WSAW is to help people “understand how weight stigma and weight discrimination affects people of all sizes, how it contributes…

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