Instilling Positive Attitudes in Your Kids About Body Image and Food with Laura Conley – 293

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This week, I am thrilled to welcome Laura Conley to the podcast. As a certified life and weight loss coach, Laura specializes in guiding moms to lasting weight loss and self-acceptance. Her approach focuses on empowering her clients to balance their hunger hormones, rewire their brains, handle challenging emotions, take daily accountability, and become their own besties. Through this work, Laura's clients are able to create positive legacies for their kids that are rooted in self-love, confidence, and freedom from food, weight, and body image drama.

Laura and I discuss how to talk with kids about food and body image, the importance of healing our own relationships with food and self-image, and how our self-talk directly influences our kids' perceptions of themselves.

Laura's passion for helping moms radiates throughout the interview. Her infectious energy and expertise makes our conversation both enjoyable and incredibly valuable. It's an episode you definitely won't want to miss!

 

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER:

  • How to talk to your kids about food and their bodies (and what to avoid saying)
  • Laura's opinion about restricting certain foods and commenting on kids' bodies
  • How to help boys with their relationships to body image and food
  • And much more!

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