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Falling in Love With Yourself
Falling in Love With Yourself

It’s time to end the negative self talk. When others are around you and hear you talk negatively about your body, others will hear it and start to question their own bodies. What if we decided to talk positively about our bodies? Your body deserves so much love. Maybe the goal of falling in love with yourself seems far stretched and impossible, but what if we took this month to work towards the goal of loving yourself. If you want to love your body, maybe we start with body neutrality.

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Disordered Eating in the Outdoor Industry: The Mountain Dietitian Lauren MacLeod
Disordered Eating in the Outdoor Industry: The Mountain Dietitian Lauren MacLeod

Many athletes are often obsessed with being “the best” or being “the healthiest” they’ve ever been, or being insecure about being “too muscular,” “too skinny,” or “not lean enough.” Seeing how athletes are typically represented in the outdoors, we can see how they might feel like they need to match that body ideal. These tendencies can lead to orthorexia, which isn’t talked about enough and is often overlooked as a form of ED.

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How to handle family commenting on your body
How to handle family commenting on your body

It happens far too often that we come across relatives that scrutinize you for your body and weight. They’ll claim it’s teasing or constructive criticism, but it’s not. This is straight up body-shaming and overstepping a boundary. “You’ve gained/lost so much weight, what happened?” is not what you need to hear when it’s already on your mind 24/7 and you’re learning to deal with your own body image and self esteem.

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13 ways to handle people who talk about dieting
13 ways to handle people who talk about dieting

It can be exhausting to have friends, family, coworkers, and peers who constantly talk about the new diet they are on or how much they want to lose weight. Maybe they’re trying to tell you their method of weight loss/gain, the new exercise program they’re on, or the new diet they’re trying out. Wherever we look (social media and in person), it seems like so many people are in the middle of this trend of needing to lose weight or be on a diet.

For a lot of people, talking about diets and weight is not as harmless as it seems, and can actually cause a lot of anxiety, decrease self-esteem, and worsen body image.

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