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 your affirmations falling flat? Discover common mistakes and effective alternatives to supercharge your personal growth journey.
At times, we can be our own worst critic when it comes to our bodies, which can affect our self-esteem and mental wellbeing. That’s why we want to share with you five essential facts about body image that will help you develop a more positive relationship with yourself. We’ll explore topics like body positivity and neutrality, how social media can impact our perceptions, and the importance of self-compassion. By understanding these key concepts, you can learn to embrace your unique beauty and feel more confident in your own skin. So, let’s take a journey towards self-love and discover the five things about your body image that you need to know.
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.
5 Questions to make 2023 a year of true confidence and happiness.
While you might be tempted to set some radical new years resolutions as you dive into 2023, I want you to pause and think about what goals you’re setting and why you’re actually setting them.
How do you develop a positive mindset? Where does mindset begin? This blog tells you what you need to know about developing positive mindset.
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.
Comparisons can be used by some as a motivator, but for most women its main outcome is low self-esteem, poor body image and reduced happiness. So today lets explore why we get trapped in negative comparison cycles and how we can protect ourselves from the dangers of social comparison.