How often do you feel like you’re not doing enough, not perfect enough, or not trying hard enough with diet & exercise?
We live in a culture that’s constantly striving for perfection and productivity, making us feel bad for enjoying a piece of cake, eating something just for the pure joy of it, or taking time off from exercise to give your body a break.
As a result, we live in constant anxiety, shame or guilt - none of which is productive to creating a better life.
Today, we are joined by Joelle Rabow Maletis, to talk about how to reduce the negative & obsessive thoughts that disable you from living a peaceful & balanced life. Joelle is a world renowned international speaker, psychotherapist and researcher specializing in Eating Disorders, PTSD and trauma.
As an expert and retired professional athlete who has overcome adversities of her own, she strives to help others discover their hopes, dreams and abilities to thrive through adversity, trauma and mental challenges.She was featured on TED top 10 mental health videos, hired as an executive coach for Apple, google, netflix and zoom, along with a long list of amazing achievements in the mental health field.
In this conversation, we talk about:
If you're tired of trying to strive for perfection, only to feel like a failure when you can't achieve those unrealistic standards set by other people, this episode is going to introduce you to a new, more compassionate and more balanced way of approaching food & exercise.
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