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Fearless Rebelle Radio with Summer Innanen

Summer Innanen, Body Image Coach, Best-Selling Aut

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Fearless Rebelle Radio with Summer Innanen

Summer Innanen, Body Image Coach, Best-Selling Aut

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Fearless Rebelle Radio is dedicated to empowering you to break free of societal standards and body shame. Summer interviews the leading experts in body image, the anti-diet movement, self-help and feminism, covering a range of topics that include: body positivity, size acceptance, self-worth, self-esteem, intuitive eating and eating disorder recovery, health at every size and positive psychology. Summer also gives practical advice and shares personal experiences to help you accept your body and break free of diet culture. Summer Innanen is a professionally trained coach specializing in body image, self-worth and confidence and is the best-selling author of Body Image Remix.

Latest Episodes

#150: Let That Stuff Go - interview with Nina Purewal

EI’m interviewing Nina Purewal, co-author of the bestselling book Let That Shhhh Go. We talk about how to work through negative thoughts, cultivating forgiveness in the worst of situations and how to find more peace and happiness in the present moment. We discuss: - How some of the tragic events in Nina’s life inspired her to study mindfulness and write the book Let That Shhhh Go, - Some of the best ways to manage negative thoughts, - Why negative thoughts are addictive and so hard to break, - A helpful analogy to understand why it can take so long to change negative thoughts, -How to stop worrying about the future and fixating on the past in order to stay more present, -How to get away from thinking that happiness only exists in the future, -The importance of forgiveness and how Nina was able to forgive people in her life involved in tragedy, -Why you need to let that shhhh out before you can let that shhh go, Plus, so much more!

45 MIN1 w ago
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#150: Let That Stuff Go - interview with Nina Purewal

#149: Your Body Your Brand - interview with Kaila Tova

EKaila Tova, creator of the Your Body, Your Brand podcast is on the show talking about why so many women are dropping out of the workforce to become coaches, how our current workforce takes away agency and why feminism is broken. We discuss: - Why Kaila decided to create the Your Body, Your Brand podcast and the questions she was hoping to answer, - How marketing is manipulative, -What Kaila’s experience was like in the health coaching world, -Why so many women are dropping out of the workforce to become coaches, -Why Kaila states that “women’s bodies are their brands,” - What happens when women try to monetize their bodies, -MLMs and why women feel the need to go into this kind of business, -The biggest problem with corporate working environments and why they strip us of our agency, -Why feminism is broken and whether or not there are any solutions for true empowerment, Plus, so much more!

41 MIN3 w ago
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#149: Your Body Your Brand - interview with Kaila Tova

#148: Season 5 Premier - On Motherhood

EIt’s the Season 5 Premier of Fearless Rebelle Radio!I’m answering your questions about motherhood and talking about what I’m looking forward to about returning. Specifically: - My experience with motherhood thus far, - Mourning the parts of my pre-parent life, -The way having a baby changes your marriage and identity, -Maintaining body trust while having breastfeeding issues, -Letting go of the need to be “the perfect mom”, - Real talk on pelvic floor health (a.k.a how is my vag?), -How to prepare for postpartum body changes and/or body image issues, - What I’m looking forward to this year and what you can expect from this season. Plus, so much more!

51 MINSEP 17
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#148: Season 5 Premier - On Motherhood

#147: Playing Big Revisited – Interview With Tara Mohr

I’m revisiting my interview with Tara Mohr – author of Playing Big and expert on women’s leadership and well-being.We chat about how to be more loyal to your dreams than your fears, managing self-doubt and how to unhook from praise and criticism. Plus, I answer a listener question on how to respond to diet talk. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question on how to respond to diet talk, -How Tara’s work influenced my life and how I work with clients, -What it means to “play big” and the different ways that we play small and don’t even realize it, -The relationship between self-doubt and playing big and why we cannot eliminate self-doubt, -Why women are socialized to be people pleasers and how that influences the way we show up in this world, -Why body perfectionism is a common form of self-doubt and why it’s not really about your body, -The limitations of being hooked on praise and criticism, -How you can start to be less concerned with what other people t...

57 MINMAR 26
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#147: Playing Big Revisited – Interview With Tara Mohr

#146: Navigating Body Image With Chronic Illness Revisited– With Ivy Felicia

I’m revisiting my interview with with Ivy Felicia – Certified Holistic Wellness Coach and Body Image Expert.W e chat about how to feel more comfortable in a bigger body and navigating “body love” through chronic illness and weight change. Plus, I’m answering a listener question on how to balance eating for athletic performance with body acceptance. In this episode, we chat about: -I answer a listener question on how to balance eating for athletic performance with body acceptance, -Ivy’s story of growing up in a larger body and suffering from PCOS, -What is PCOS and how it impacted Ivy’s relationship with her body, -Why she looks at “body love” as a relationship, like a marriage, -How to choose peace with your body, even when there is frustration and resentment, -How to navigate weight gain and be more comfortable in a bigger body, -What Ivy suggests for women who have gained weight and are feeling physically and emotionally uncomfortable in their larger body, -How to apprec...

57 MINMAR 12
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#146: Navigating Body Image With Chronic Illness Revisited– With Ivy Felicia

#145: Fattitude Revisited – Interview With Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman

I’m revisiting my interview with the creators of Fattitude - Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman.We chat about fat acceptance, thin privilege and body positivity and why they created Fattitude to change our culture to eradicate size prejudice. And I’ll be answering a listener question on what to do if your partner is still subscribing to conventional standards of beauty. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question on what to do if your partner is still subscribing to conventional standards of beauty, - The inspiration behind the movie Fattitude and why Lyndsey and Viri created it, -Lyndsey and Viri’s personal experiences that led them to want to create this film, -How diet culture and the beauty industry has co-opted “body positivity” for their capital gains, -Whether weight loss and fat acceptance can go hand-in-hand, -How the media’s representation of fat bodies perpetuates size discrimination, -Why “health” is becoming the new guise for diet culture, -Th...

73 MINFEB 26
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#145: Fattitude Revisited – Interview With Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman

#144: The F-It Diet Revisited – Interview With Caroline Dooner

I’m revisiting my interview with Caroline Dooner – Creator of The F-It Diet.We chat about Caroline’s approach to making eating easy and more. And I’ll be answering a listener question on whether mindful eating is important in healing your relationship with food. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question on whether mindful eating is important in healing your relationship with food, - Why nourishment is the foundation of The F-It Diet, -How your fear of weight gain can get in the way of truly trusting yourself around food, -The tools that Caroline used to help her overcome her body image issues, -How the media influences our body image and how certain actresses are going against the norm to promote body acceptance, -What to do if you live in a toxic environment where appearance is valued above all else, -The most important question to ask yourself when you are feeling judged, Plus so much more!

66 MINFEB 12
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#144: The F-It Diet Revisited – Interview With Caroline Dooner

#143: Reclaiming Fat Revisited – Interview With Chrystal Bougon

EI’m revisiting my interview withChrystal Bougon – Owner & Resident Curvy Girl at Curvy Girl Inc and activist.We chat about feeling sexy at every size, reclaiming the word fat and the importance of sexual pleasure as self-care, plus I answer a listener question on fat oppression and eating disorder recovery.In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question fat oppression and eating disorder recovery, - What loving your body means to Chrystal, -The spark that fired her up to start Curvy Girl Lingerie, -Why she identifies as a fat woman and the importance of reclaiming that word, -The importance of asking for what you want in the bedroom and how this empowered Chrystal to be kinder and truer to herself, -The power of asking for what you want in the bedroom and life, -Your life is happening now, not 10 pounds from now – don’t put it on hold, -Why it’s a discipline to work on your inner confidence and compassion, -Why both Chrystal and I still have bad body days and how...

54 MINJAN 22
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#143: Reclaiming Fat Revisited – Interview With Chrystal Bougon

#142: Making Friends With Photos Revisited – Interview With Vivienne McMaster

I’m revisiting my interview with my friend and colleague, Vivienne McMaster - creator of Be Your Own Beloved.We chat about how you can heal negative body image through selfies and choose compassion over critique in photos and I’ll be answering a listener question on body acceptance and aging.In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question navigating body acceptance and aging, - How Vivienne used photography to heal her body image and change her negative stories, -How long it took Vivienne to start to see her body in a loving way through photography, -What it really feels like to “love your body” and why there isn’t a “self-love” party at the end of it, -Selfies are so much more than arm’s length photos, -How to start seeing your photos through a loving and compassionate lens, -What to do if you typically avoid photos or find them triggering, -How to begin to love pieces of you where you normally direct hate, -Are we really so much more than a body? -Simple way...

66 MINJAN 8
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#142: Making Friends With Photos Revisited – Interview With Vivienne McMaster

#141: Giving Up Dieting Revisited – Interview With Kelsey Miller

EI’m revisiting my interview with Kelsey Miller, author of Big Girl.We chat about her journey out of disordered eating, what she learned about herself from giving up dieting and how she moved from the role of sidekick to leading lady in her life and I’ll be answering a listener question on what to do if you’re afraid of people judging your weight gain.In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question what to do if you’re afraid of people judging your weight gain, -How Kelsey’s first extreme diet at the age of 11 planted the seed and kept her hooked on “the manic power of skinny” for years, -How the pattern of being in the “zone” of a new diet followed by periods of crushing shame kept her trapped in the dieting cycle for years, -The influence of Kelsey’s mom on her relationship with food and her body, -The point when Kelsey realized she was done with dieting and self-loathing and ready to choose living, -What it was like to become an intuitive eater, -The real ...

59 MIN2018 DEC 11
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#141: Giving Up Dieting Revisited – Interview With Kelsey Miller

Latest Episodes

#150: Let That Stuff Go - interview with Nina Purewal

EI’m interviewing Nina Purewal, co-author of the bestselling book Let That Shhhh Go. We talk about how to work through negative thoughts, cultivating forgiveness in the worst of situations and how to find more peace and happiness in the present moment. We discuss: - How some of the tragic events in Nina’s life inspired her to study mindfulness and write the book Let That Shhhh Go, - Some of the best ways to manage negative thoughts, - Why negative thoughts are addictive and so hard to break, - A helpful analogy to understand why it can take so long to change negative thoughts, -How to stop worrying about the future and fixating on the past in order to stay more present, -How to get away from thinking that happiness only exists in the future, -The importance of forgiveness and how Nina was able to forgive people in her life involved in tragedy, -Why you need to let that shhhh out before you can let that shhh go, Plus, so much more!

45 MIN1 w ago
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#150: Let That Stuff Go - interview with Nina Purewal

#149: Your Body Your Brand - interview with Kaila Tova

EKaila Tova, creator of the Your Body, Your Brand podcast is on the show talking about why so many women are dropping out of the workforce to become coaches, how our current workforce takes away agency and why feminism is broken. We discuss: - Why Kaila decided to create the Your Body, Your Brand podcast and the questions she was hoping to answer, - How marketing is manipulative, -What Kaila’s experience was like in the health coaching world, -Why so many women are dropping out of the workforce to become coaches, -Why Kaila states that “women’s bodies are their brands,” - What happens when women try to monetize their bodies, -MLMs and why women feel the need to go into this kind of business, -The biggest problem with corporate working environments and why they strip us of our agency, -Why feminism is broken and whether or not there are any solutions for true empowerment, Plus, so much more!

41 MIN3 w ago
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#149: Your Body Your Brand - interview with Kaila Tova

#148: Season 5 Premier - On Motherhood

EIt’s the Season 5 Premier of Fearless Rebelle Radio!I’m answering your questions about motherhood and talking about what I’m looking forward to about returning. Specifically: - My experience with motherhood thus far, - Mourning the parts of my pre-parent life, -The way having a baby changes your marriage and identity, -Maintaining body trust while having breastfeeding issues, -Letting go of the need to be “the perfect mom”, - Real talk on pelvic floor health (a.k.a how is my vag?), -How to prepare for postpartum body changes and/or body image issues, - What I’m looking forward to this year and what you can expect from this season. Plus, so much more!

51 MINSEP 17
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#148: Season 5 Premier - On Motherhood

#147: Playing Big Revisited – Interview With Tara Mohr

I’m revisiting my interview with Tara Mohr – author of Playing Big and expert on women’s leadership and well-being.We chat about how to be more loyal to your dreams than your fears, managing self-doubt and how to unhook from praise and criticism. Plus, I answer a listener question on how to respond to diet talk. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question on how to respond to diet talk, -How Tara’s work influenced my life and how I work with clients, -What it means to “play big” and the different ways that we play small and don’t even realize it, -The relationship between self-doubt and playing big and why we cannot eliminate self-doubt, -Why women are socialized to be people pleasers and how that influences the way we show up in this world, -Why body perfectionism is a common form of self-doubt and why it’s not really about your body, -The limitations of being hooked on praise and criticism, -How you can start to be less concerned with what other people t...

57 MINMAR 26
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#147: Playing Big Revisited – Interview With Tara Mohr

#146: Navigating Body Image With Chronic Illness Revisited– With Ivy Felicia

I’m revisiting my interview with with Ivy Felicia – Certified Holistic Wellness Coach and Body Image Expert.W e chat about how to feel more comfortable in a bigger body and navigating “body love” through chronic illness and weight change. Plus, I’m answering a listener question on how to balance eating for athletic performance with body acceptance. In this episode, we chat about: -I answer a listener question on how to balance eating for athletic performance with body acceptance, -Ivy’s story of growing up in a larger body and suffering from PCOS, -What is PCOS and how it impacted Ivy’s relationship with her body, -Why she looks at “body love” as a relationship, like a marriage, -How to choose peace with your body, even when there is frustration and resentment, -How to navigate weight gain and be more comfortable in a bigger body, -What Ivy suggests for women who have gained weight and are feeling physically and emotionally uncomfortable in their larger body, -How to apprec...

57 MINMAR 12
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#146: Navigating Body Image With Chronic Illness Revisited– With Ivy Felicia

#145: Fattitude Revisited – Interview With Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman

I’m revisiting my interview with the creators of Fattitude - Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman.We chat about fat acceptance, thin privilege and body positivity and why they created Fattitude to change our culture to eradicate size prejudice. And I’ll be answering a listener question on what to do if your partner is still subscribing to conventional standards of beauty. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question on what to do if your partner is still subscribing to conventional standards of beauty, - The inspiration behind the movie Fattitude and why Lyndsey and Viri created it, -Lyndsey and Viri’s personal experiences that led them to want to create this film, -How diet culture and the beauty industry has co-opted “body positivity” for their capital gains, -Whether weight loss and fat acceptance can go hand-in-hand, -How the media’s representation of fat bodies perpetuates size discrimination, -Why “health” is becoming the new guise for diet culture, -Th...

73 MINFEB 26
Comments
#145: Fattitude Revisited – Interview With Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman

#144: The F-It Diet Revisited – Interview With Caroline Dooner

I’m revisiting my interview with Caroline Dooner – Creator of The F-It Diet.We chat about Caroline’s approach to making eating easy and more. And I’ll be answering a listener question on whether mindful eating is important in healing your relationship with food. In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question on whether mindful eating is important in healing your relationship with food, - Why nourishment is the foundation of The F-It Diet, -How your fear of weight gain can get in the way of truly trusting yourself around food, -The tools that Caroline used to help her overcome her body image issues, -How the media influences our body image and how certain actresses are going against the norm to promote body acceptance, -What to do if you live in a toxic environment where appearance is valued above all else, -The most important question to ask yourself when you are feeling judged, Plus so much more!

66 MINFEB 12
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#144: The F-It Diet Revisited – Interview With Caroline Dooner

#143: Reclaiming Fat Revisited – Interview With Chrystal Bougon

EI’m revisiting my interview withChrystal Bougon – Owner & Resident Curvy Girl at Curvy Girl Inc and activist.We chat about feeling sexy at every size, reclaiming the word fat and the importance of sexual pleasure as self-care, plus I answer a listener question on fat oppression and eating disorder recovery.In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question fat oppression and eating disorder recovery, - What loving your body means to Chrystal, -The spark that fired her up to start Curvy Girl Lingerie, -Why she identifies as a fat woman and the importance of reclaiming that word, -The importance of asking for what you want in the bedroom and how this empowered Chrystal to be kinder and truer to herself, -The power of asking for what you want in the bedroom and life, -Your life is happening now, not 10 pounds from now – don’t put it on hold, -Why it’s a discipline to work on your inner confidence and compassion, -Why both Chrystal and I still have bad body days and how...

54 MINJAN 22
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#143: Reclaiming Fat Revisited – Interview With Chrystal Bougon

#142: Making Friends With Photos Revisited – Interview With Vivienne McMaster

I’m revisiting my interview with my friend and colleague, Vivienne McMaster - creator of Be Your Own Beloved.We chat about how you can heal negative body image through selfies and choose compassion over critique in photos and I’ll be answering a listener question on body acceptance and aging.In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question navigating body acceptance and aging, - How Vivienne used photography to heal her body image and change her negative stories, -How long it took Vivienne to start to see her body in a loving way through photography, -What it really feels like to “love your body” and why there isn’t a “self-love” party at the end of it, -Selfies are so much more than arm’s length photos, -How to start seeing your photos through a loving and compassionate lens, -What to do if you typically avoid photos or find them triggering, -How to begin to love pieces of you where you normally direct hate, -Are we really so much more than a body? -Simple way...

66 MINJAN 8
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#142: Making Friends With Photos Revisited – Interview With Vivienne McMaster

#141: Giving Up Dieting Revisited – Interview With Kelsey Miller

EI’m revisiting my interview with Kelsey Miller, author of Big Girl.We chat about her journey out of disordered eating, what she learned about herself from giving up dieting and how she moved from the role of sidekick to leading lady in her life and I’ll be answering a listener question on what to do if you’re afraid of people judging your weight gain.In this episode, we chat about: - I answer a listener question what to do if you’re afraid of people judging your weight gain, -How Kelsey’s first extreme diet at the age of 11 planted the seed and kept her hooked on “the manic power of skinny” for years, -How the pattern of being in the “zone” of a new diet followed by periods of crushing shame kept her trapped in the dieting cycle for years, -The influence of Kelsey’s mom on her relationship with food and her body, -The point when Kelsey realized she was done with dieting and self-loathing and ready to choose living, -What it was like to become an intuitive eater, -The real ...

59 MIN2018 DEC 11
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#141: Giving Up Dieting Revisited – Interview With Kelsey Miller