In This Episode:
Diane Israel, elite athlete, extraordinary teacher, radical documentary film-maker, and former eating-disorder struggler joins me, Isabelle Tierney, on the second episode of the Dare to Be You podcast! We explore how to love ourselves with our unique and imperfect bodies and how to live in freedom even when we can’t wrestle our bodies into an “ideal” size and shape.
Listen in as we discuss:
- How to dismantle the illusion that thinness equals happiness
- How to love our bodies exactly as they are, soft bellies, wrinkles, and more…
- How getting old is a gift in disguise
- How Diane and I are still scared sh**less to bare our bodies this spring
- How we are sick of shaving our legs
- How our inner critic might never go away
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Diane Israel is a psychotherapist and professor of transpersonal psychology at Naropa University in Boulder, CO.
Her experiences as a world-class runner and triathlete led her to specialize in body image, eating struggles and our issues around the race to perfection. Her life’s work has been to help individuals reclaim their humanness, practice self-care, and heal through mind-body integration.
She produced the award-winning independent documentary film, Beauty Mark and inspires folks around the country during her lectures. She is also behind the revolutionary program, Camp Celebrate You, which will be offered for free to schools who want to increase positive self-care, self-worth, and wellness through a month of life-changing activities and events.
Diane inspires people to find their authentic greatness and coaches individuals to reach their fullest potential with joy!
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