First of all, I want to express my most sincere GRATITUDE to all of you who responded to my email last week that asked you to share your biggest struggles and most desired solutions with me. It was beyond humbling and touching for me to receive so many responses that were filled with your authentic stories. I am so honored and grateful. Thank you!
In today’s blogpost, I want to share my November Find Your Voice Interview in which I am talking with Laugh Yourself Skinny Founder Jessica Porcini.
Personally, I have gone through years of dieting, banning certain foods while glorifying others, sneak-eating in the middle of the night because I had been trying to be “good” all day, and worst of all feeling unattractive, not thin enough, and helpless in my own body. Being held captive in body-hate is terrible because it robs you of any joy, ease, and harmony (not to mention romantic love). This is a huge topic for so many of us, because it really isn’t about the weight. It’s about something so much deeper and more profound than that. It’s about our relationship with ourselves.
To continue to shed some light on this issues, I am excited to share with you my chat with Jessica Porcini, who is the founder of Laugh Yourself Skinny. Jessica does “weight-loss” a little bit differently and I cannot wait to share her story with you on how she got to where she is today.
In the interview we are talking about:
- why humor is so important when we are trying to shed our old skin
- the essential piece of vulnerability and how it affects stress and your body weight
- how her past as a ballet dancer shaped her relationship with food and how she got started as a weight-loss coach
- why acting from a place of competition will only tear you down
Click play below:
“Dieting won’t get you anywhere except for into a giant hole of self-hatred” - JessicaProcini (Tweet it!)
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In the comments below, I would love to hear about what you noticed, liked, and got out of this video.