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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Dear Body Trust Community, From time to time we like to go through our archives and find some of our shining jewels—blog posts that stand the test of time and still speak to the core of Body Trust work after several years. This post was originally written in October of 2016 and we find that…

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Summer is in full swing in Portland, Oregon. We are beckoned outside by the warmer weather; enjoying blue skies and outdoor meals on patios, evening strolls in parks or a cup of morning tea on the front steps. It’s been a while since we’ve rounded up our favorite links around the web to share with…

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Body Trust® is something we are born with and somewhere along the way it gets hijacked — by the culture, our parents, and health care providers to name a few. We never consent to this. We are far too young to know what is going on when the narrative about our bodies starts to change.…

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