Julie Overcomes Body Dysmorphia and Learns to Love Her Body and Herself

by | Apr 24, 2016

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Julie suffered from body dysmorphic disorder for over a decade without realizing it, constantly obsessing over the flaws she perceived in her body. Once she recognized the dangerous trap she was in, she did the difficult psychological work of uncovering her true feelings and motivations for wanting to lose weight. This helps her change her personal narrative and begin to love and appreciate her body for all that it is capable of, exactly as it is today.

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Julie’s coaching website Whole Body Health

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One Response to “Julie Overcomes Body Dysmorphia and Learns to Love Her Body and Herself”

  1. Sounds like a great episode – I’m going to give it a listen tonight. Society places so much pressure on women to look a certain way, it can really be damaging if one is able to handle this stress.

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