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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
Fearless Rebelle Radio with Summer Innanen

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

#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 think, Plus so much more!

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

Latest Episodes

#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 think, Plus so much more!

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

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