Manage episode 336814198 series 2779404
Glenys Oyston, RDN shares her history of dieting and being the “5%” that lost weight but feeling so much emotional distress and food preoccupation to be there.
She shared her desire for body currency and desiring the accolades that come from being that person that lost weight and can keep it off.
We talked about the risk that comes from only deriving our value from our body because we miss other ways to value ourselves.
Glenys shares what body tolerance is: being okay that you don’t like your body, what to do when you’re having a bad body day, the importance of noticing internalized anti-fat phobia, and recognizing the challenges in the workplace around self care.
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