Supporting women like you on their road to self-acceptance and building their self-esteem is - as cliche as it sounds - my calling.
Before becoming a self-esteem coach - before knowing anything about self-esteem and confidence - I, myself, was at rock bottom.
Are you ready to manage your body image triggers? Well this blog will tick all the boxes in helping you do just that. Click here to make a change today.
Are you trying to lose weight to improve your health? What even is a healthy weight?
Do you have a specific number in mind, and once you achieve it, you’ll be ‘healthier?’
Society has probably taught you that weight and health are related, most commonly, that ‘thin’ bodies are healthier. Therefore if your body doesn’t meet beauty standards and expectations, whether that’s in reality or in your mind, then you will believe that to improve your health you need to set goals around your weight.
Body acceptance is such an important practice that involves embracing and loving your body for exactly what it is, without any judgement or criticism, regardless of its shape, size, or appearance. It’s a crucial aspect of overall self-acceptance that can greatly benefit your mental health, self-esteem, and relationships. However, we understand that building body acceptance is not always an easy journey, especially in a society that tends to value certain body types and beauty standards. It takes time, patience, and self-compassion, but we believe that with the right tools and mindset, anyone can cultivate a more positive and loving relationship with their body.
How often to do look to other people in order to feel good about yourself? If you’re struggling with low self-esteem of poor body image it’s very likely that you feel a pressure or drive to look a certain way, be a certain weight or be validated by those around you in order to feel confident.
Do you find the idea of being self-compassionate difficult?
Whether it’s struggling to ‘bounce back’ from a setback, shaming yourself when you make a mistake at work, telling yourself you’re the worse parent ever if you shout at your children or call yourself names when you look in the mirror and aren’t happy with what you see.
Do you find yourself constantly picking fault with yourself, from your appearance to your parenting skills?
If you’ve ever tried to ‘be more positive’, you’ll know that trying to silence your inner critic is hard, I know it was for me. So how do we actually do it?
Is social media really harming our self-esteem? Is it possible that, when we swipe our finger against glass in the evening with a glass of wine, we’re doing irreparable damage to our self-esteem? And what are the negative effects of social media on our confidence?
When we think about self-esteem, one of our instant correlations heads toward how we feel about how we look. For people who dislike the way they look, they’ll find that their self esteem takes a hit, too. But how are the two linked? Is body image and self esteem synonymous? What is the relationship between your body image and your self esteem?
The term “self-esteem” plays a massive role in today’s society. But, have you ever stopped to wonder “what exactly is self-esteem?” We know, for example, that our self-esteem links to confidence in some way, but is that it? How do you know if you have low self-esteem? Today’s post will shine a light on all those questions, and it’ll explain – in simple terms what self-esteem actually is and how to ensure our self-esteem is healthy.