Tuesday, January 19, 2021

True Beauty Podcast — Truth about FAT

Graciously re-posted from Judy Ciacci and Anne-Sophie Reinhardt created these cool episodes on the True Beauty Podcast.

In this episode of the True Beauty Podcast, Judy and Anne-Sophie share the truth about the word fat with you. The go into the real meaning of it and what we imply when we say it to ourselves or to others. They also share how you can work on your body image when looking into a mirrorand how you can boost your confidence and your self-love. Anne-Sophie shares a story about her sister and they encourage you to stop being mean to women and rather unite with them in order to create a better world.

Fat is a substance. It is not your identity. You cannot be fat because you cannot be a substance. Keep that in mind every single day!

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Anne – Sophie Reinhardt is a world traveler, an anorexia survivor, a positive body image advocate, podcaster, blogger, digital entrepreneur, speaker, wive, lover of books, aspiring yogi and social media enthusiast. Her blogs My Intercontinental Life and Fighting Anorexia are focused on everybody who wants to live a purposeful, free, healthy and passionate life.

Judy Ciacci, LMSW
Judy is a psychotherapist who works to help women become closer to themselves by shifting away from compulsion and towards mindful eating and living. She offers therapy, coaching, and resources for food and body issues via Skype sessions and her website, www.beingandeating.com. She currently works in-person in the Bronx, NY community at St. Barnabas Hospital, helping those suffering from anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues in group and individual settings. Judy graduated from NYU with both her MSW and BA in Psychology. She is part of an ongoing art therapy supervision group and a member of the Eating Disorder Activist Network. Judy counts Geneen Roth and Tara Brach among her most influential mentors, and uses a psychodynamic, Buddhist, relational approach. Judy loves soccer and Muay Thai kickboxing, and lives in NYC with her boyfriend, Anthony. Judy is active on Twitter @beingandeating and Facebook, and loves to connect with all those seeking to live a more authentic life.

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