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Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:10 min | 6 months ago

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"You're welcome to come out literally. Kirke like right outside of the on the cover to the dancing around. Yes i love that. You said these. Because i want to highlight. This is conditional love. This is conditional self love when we are saying. I will love you as long as you eat the steady calories. And you have this many carbs for breakfast and blah blah blah blah blah. Like in these are ways that were conditionally loving ourselves and understandable. If that's all you've known for how to let yourself give yourself some credit. This is your. You're doing your very best to love yourself. You know a lot of times following these rules is just trying to like. Take care of yourself and love yourself. But there's unconditional love available to you in this moment every moment. And that's what the invitation as here is to come into a space of unconditional love to any just the conditions one by one. It's not a it's a. it's a nice process. We're going to a good place now. You said i can't remember where it was but maybe maybe was in the book but maybe it is in both places on your book in an instagram. But you you called a leading yourself. Come back home and i think that is really the message. Ray like taking out each one of those conditions one by one displaces a good place. It's a place where you feel home home in your body home in yourself. Home where you feel Aligned where you feel free to make choice agency and not feeling like you have to shane yourself into living inside of a a very limited box and i really love that. That you've said that letting yourself come back home and this place is a good place and i really think your buck is ultimately an invitation to explore that That's that means a lot to me. Because that's what i would hope for it to be. Is this invitation to come back home. And that's that's another good way of putting the how to be. Us you you can be or the me me can be. It's just about being at home right here in this body in this moment in this right now and yeah it's a it's a really beautiful process and also you know it and it's messy. It's not just like it's it's not just like an instagram is also. You know there's going to be tears there's gonna be stuff. Yeah well we absolutely loved it. And i cannot wait for people to actually see this. Because this isn't just like a quote. You can see on instagram or like something you can read on google books or something right like not even really an audiobook so if people sorry when people want to find where you are where the book is and everything. Please tell them where they can find. You sure we'll. I love to connect with people on instagram. So if.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"If you have to force health into your life. I think it's time to question what health means and how your higher upholding that. I think that's what i love so much about that. Quality put it so like so old. Just another hoping you know like and i think it's true. I think i think sometimes too is one thing that gets held up in these types of conversations especially people who are new to these conversations or like you're talking about with your family members who are saying to you. Do i have to do this work to no you. Don't you might wanna think about it though in all seriousness. You might wanna think about that things that you're doing because we all carry around some rules. Most people do. We live in a rule based society. So where rules fall. You know falling into place around how we're living our lives on a daily basis. Do even like them. You know to even liked doing it this way do we. If we stop and think about it and stop. You know doing the checklist every day and doing all the different things and we stop in looked at it and took a step back inside. Pan.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"You can do whatever you want. If someone's listening to. But i like i like working out every single day and i like eating like this many calories every it's like good cool like do it but know that you have a choice ray and so it's like that freedom also encapsulates. Whatever it is that. Somebody like i put. It's basically like if if our idea of health has assured in it if we're shooting ourselves into health it's It's a prison whether or not like the state of our bodies like regardless of what your bmi as of obviously has the most problematic than ever but like regardless of Any external measures of health. True well-being is being in a state of sovereignty and freedom in your body and like really goes into more categories than just food and You know nutrition and that idea of health like this is about feeling what. Hey i'm i'm here. I can make choices that you know. I can Yacht like really feel the freedom of being a sovereign big lake and what you choose is not as important as the fact that you are the one choosing it and that you take ownership of that role as well because if for kind of walking around and You know maybe we have a great life but we are sort of or like everything's pretty comfortable and easy like a lot of people. Don't have these kinds of conversations that we're having because they haven't had something happen to them that's pulled them into reality on a deeper level and that's totally okay to write like my parents often to ask me about the bet lake all this work. You do like we have to do it right. And it's like no. No one has to do this. Like it usually happens when you have reached a point that living the way you've been living your whole life no longer authentic to you and so if you're feeling completely aligned enough take whatever it is it's like there's no rug that needs to be ripped out from anybody right. It's just like this. Is this kind of freedom is available to us in like we can have these conversations to invite people into This this plane of reality. It's not like it's it's it's available to everybody of course but sometimes we're like afraid to relate touch the deeper layers of life because it's like. Oh god. this is going to really rupture everything that i've thought to be true and you can just feel that it just feels kind of like. Why would i do that. Unnecessarily and many people don't and that's okay Like having a traumatic experience like having an eating disorder or you know like basically some blaring sign that my life isn't working as it is like polls us into deeper surrender into life.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"We just believe it and i really love how you illustrated that so well and then in your description around what that looks like and how you can you can unlock yourself from that and you have to be in the cage. You can train yourself. You can on program yourself by showing curiosity by challenging those beliefs by thinking about in reflecting on what is holding down what are the beliefs that i'm carrying about all these different things. What rules do i have in my life that are that are keeping me in this place of feeling like i'm so stuck know i'm so stuck here and i don't know why i'm stuck here I think are such important pieces. And i think illustration for someone who's really visual is such a great way of showing. This is what it feels like. This is what's happening Whether we realize it or not. We're living like you said we're all kind of living in this cage on our own personal cage because the things the post that are wilderness in or a little bit different for each person based off of our lived experience And you know. I'm not gonna get into marginalized bodies and different types of things right that can trauma and things that can play a big role in creating that cage for us and so I thinking about the cage thinking about this this freedom that you talk about this food freedom that you talk about in your book. Do you have a quote. That's health without freedom isn't all that healthy and i'd love free to talk about what that looks like because i think it's a really powerful statement and i'd love to yod so I loved to you're talking. I realized like one. Saying if you're kind of in the you know in the cage and you're like i could get out but like a- feed me all my meals here like prisoners kind of attractive like i have friends in this sal. All this of one thing. I wanna stay is that you also have used the choice. You go back to the case. If you get out and decide you get to choose if you prefer freedom or you prefer living in this imprisoned state and the same and that is what that's part of like what you're saying. The health without freedom isn't all that healthy lake. That's part of the freedom. You can actually choose whatever you want if you want to continue to pursue weight loss. That is totally your choice like it. It is actually. It's you can continue to..

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"That then doesn't have as a power over me when it's not this like actual oppressive cage that i feel like i'm living in so you have this thing on the front of the bogus. It's called the diet culture. Penetentiary it's just like the shell sell all the thoughts of like you need to be. You need to be smaller. Don't you even think about eating that bagel. you're like carbs are the devil. Count your calories like doing all these things that were just ping pong being thoughts in my head. Cloudy my my true self and you know it is a very small life. I lived a very small live in very limited inside of that cage and also on the cover I forget if it's actually the book itself but there's the But she has a key inside of the cell. that's like tash to her leg. So it's crazy. Is that in the midst of all of this. We're actually the ones who hold key to escaping from the prison It doesn't mean that the prisons are fault. It's just like where we are but we have a key out so we don't necessarily have a choice about which prison were living in but most people are living in some kind of prison right so even if even if he. I don't probably ever been listening to this. Podcast has cake can relate to struggle. We're talking about but just being human on this planet or get referred a lot of different ideas about what it means to be a person right. We have a lot of Whatever our cage is It's not always you know our decision but it is right. It's not us. It's not a choice but getting out of it can be. It reminds me of this other metaphor that i love about africa. I don't know where it originated. Actually credit faded this. You know the way that they the elephant keepers. Keep elephants teamed or lake in. One place is when they're babies they tie them to a post using Small rope in it works right like they're trying to get away. I couldn't and then the elephant grows out and is a big nasa elephant. And they're still just obediently tied to this post and they don't even think about running away which they could easily do because they're so used to this Their existence tied to the rope. So i see it relief. Similarly to like living in the president of dia culture so habituated so moralize That we don't often even think there might be a way out yet. Dana and i have been talking about that. The i haven't heard the elephant store like that story about training elephants before. But we have been thinking about how things are programmed. And how much of the stuff that we're we believe is programming and how much a lot of ways the more and more programming. That's been instilled kind of ingrained in our culture and our lives in our family life or whatever it is you kind of become like a well trained dog ray like doing whatever it isn't sometimes you don't even think about it. It's like oh have to the bathroom a ding this little bell. And it's like okay here. We go like oh you know i need food. I'm going to get my bowl. And they're like little things about how much we have so programmed by by die culture that we don't even question it ray. Like and that's something that i think your illustration of the cage shows so well is that you're literally holding the key and we're not questioning anything. We're we're remaining in this cage because we've been told we need to sit in this cage and.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:28 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Yourself this freedom to express whatever's inside of you and there's no judgment thursday now any document than their judgment great cool included in the morning pages like there was no Wrong answer right. Like that's i would say the mantra of being the us there is no wrong. Answer like whatever's in you is allowed and celebrated So it's like wow. I'm feeling murderous rage today. Like don't murder anybody hopefully but like great embrace that accepted like explore it like. There's nothing to fix here. There's nothing to any think. I want to go back to one of the things you said. It's like contraction versus expansion and the different types of people that were attracted to that. Will you know friendships other kinds of relationship family. Whatever is just another way to see. It's like there's there's this part of your brain you're being your soul. Whatever it is that just wants to be you and so you will be like drawn towards those kinds of people but one of the things that really keeps us back in contraction right. Is this what you call in the book and draw in the book which i love. Is this invisible cage of like food and body obsession and we say it's invisible but you drew it in the book. So i would love if you could just describe exactly what that looks like for people. I mean if they look online its littoral on the front page but like on. It's on page five where you draw even bigger and all of the you your cartoon self is inside and all of the bars of the cage are like a different diet. Culture rule or negative body image thought or some like limiting belief. That's holding you back. Yes that's a funny. It is the invisible cage until we dry and that in itself is really interesting right. Like if you're feeling down by something like drying it or expressing it actually like it is sort of a key into understanding ourselves more and then it's also key out of it so i just wanted to say that because it was like. Oh yeah like. I think one of the reasons. I love drawing in general to kind of explore. These nuanced experiences is because it makes it. Tangible turns the invisible into something visible..

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"In undoing are are eating disorder or disordered eating behaviors or relationship with their body in a relationship with our food tuning in and listening can feel so hard and so uncomfortable and so foreign to us so harm you encourage people to start listening to themselves and to start with that journey of like. Who is the busiest me. And how do i get the mea me. So that i can just be the meanest me and not listen to all of the external stuff and i'm expected to do that's a great question and a really good point that oftentimes we internalize so many of these external viewpoints. We think that those things are us. Like i can speak for myself. That was definitely something experienced. And yes this is the really multilayered question and honestly like this is something like it. Sounds very simple. It could just be you can be but it's not like i want to validate this isn't just like a quick fix kind of thing but i wanted to also say that this is where we're going no matter who you are where you are. This is where you're heading but normally are late. Work one on one with somebody about this to help them reflect. And that's something. I would definitely say working with people who resonate with you and when i say resonate with you rightly there are if you think of the disordered brain with lake. That's kind of brainwashed by diet culture. Whatever it is like we usually have. Some percentage of our brain is devoted to those thoughts behaviors beliefs. That are not really us and then there is still part of our are being. That is in residents in alignment like man. When i feel you know we all know that feeling of like. Oh i just feel like myself like oh what around this person. I really feel like myself like a true version of health or wellbeing and so it's a released a matic process like this is about Feeling these things in our bodies and that can also be kind of foreign to when we're used to avoiding feeling so ing hurrying in some experience of like what wellbeing feels like to me and really training the mind to be like this is my natural state. My natural state is being is like this the sense of wellbeing. It's being in a state of delight an ecstasy and enjoying the aliveness rushing. Even if i'm sad. I'm alive even if i'm experiencing deep pain it's like. Oh wow know like that. Kind of russia will live s. Making you know the distinction between like okay my disorder brain really resonates with this group of friends. Because they're all counting calories during this and it's like okay interesting notice that and then the really alive vibrant healthy part of whatever you wanna call it right. You're going to be doing the self-discovery yourself like the part of me. That feels like me really resonates with like this coach on instagram. Maybe i'm going to reach out to them and see if they offer a program you know or like or even just having friends that really support your wellbeing like you're attracted to people that you're meant sue You know detrimental help you kind of valente. Something right you're the one who knows if you're kind of contracting or expanding in your life and for me another way that i got into Really know myself more deeply as through journaling and doing But that's just because it resonates with me specifically drawing. Obviously it's in the book. But you know having a space where i could just express myself completely like julia cameron's ebook the artist's way was something that i talk about a lot in the book and as a huge inspiration for me and she talks about letting yourself right like three pages of stream of consciousness every morning and just giving.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Beautiful way about arriving here and how important the here is even if it's uncomfortable especially especially if it's uncomfortable rate with those those triggers we've been taught to avoid them or to protect ourselves from them and of course it's what is really important is to be in a state of safety or have the intention of bringing safety into those moments but a trigger if a really profound gift for the potential to heal. Because it's showing us where we don't feel safe at showing us exactly where were cleaning to something. That's not in alignment of the truth. Which is that we are loved. We are safe. We are whole. We are completely taken care of in held by life and one thing that i had like a little bit of a meta thought when i was reading your book is like i love how you really address this at the end of the book because i was thinking about it in the middle of the book when i was reading but so basically to jump to the end right. So you've written a book about your journey to food freedom and body neutrality. And everything like that and it's the thing that we can run into especially because when we think about the audience of people who are going to be reading this book like i am seeing myself in here right like i'm trapped in comparison. I'm trapped in body. Shame i'm trapped in all this stuff. And i'm sure it's probably really easy for people who are going to be reading to compare themselves to where they are right now versus where you were at different parts of your journey and luckily that were like taking them through the whole thing right or even the quote like result. So what would you say. Is your advice for people to help them. Not get caught up in the comparison trapped on their own journey whether they're comparing themselves to you or other people or themselves at a different point in time that such a good question yang. I'm glad you're bringing that up. Because what i would say like the goal if there is a goal for any of this recovery work is to tune in to just discover and follow what resonates with us specifically and so.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

04:50 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I'm so glad you brought that up that so key to how we view recovery because if we see it like any other recovers just a diet if we see it as third. This is my goal. This is my goal of being. And i'm going to get there by doing these things. And i'm gonna whatever it is right like that's just perpetuating the same toxicity that exists in Diet culture and it's you know even the word root toxic it's all it's all well-meaning i wanna just also say that like that desire to get there if so human is so like of course you want to get there if if it's been marketed to you as a destination of course we would want to do that like it's just it's just an issue of misinformation and a weird kind of cultural norm that we have but the what i meant by that of let go of getting there and arrived here here in this moment in this discomfort and whatever exists inside of you that saying i need to get out of here i need to get somewhere else. That feeling is the portal into exactly where you wanna go right here. And it's it can be really confronting to hear that because sometimes right here has the most triggering the darkest the the just scariest rate really. Fear is always the fear of feeling always a fear of fear right. I'm afraid of to be afraid.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"And turn of my life and that to me is what true recovery is is like getting to the place. There is nothing that i'm not willing to feel. There's nothing i'm not willing to look at love Inside of me and that extends to the whole world also so. I just find this to be. This is having an eating disorder and recovering from going on. This journey has been the biggest teacher in my life and having compassion for myself in this way is what enables me to have greater compassion for the whole world and so i feel very strongly about sharing that. And that's what. I one of the things that i really loved about the story that you told in this book is like it would be really easy to think at the beginning of reading any any of a book that talks about recovery like and then i recovered and now i'm fine but this one really shows you this visual in the book of like the yellow brick road and like how it's going through all these different twists and turns and everything and how you got to these places where you're like. Oh my gosh. I'm learning all of these things and you kind of like recovered in one part but then something else came up. You're like wait. this is still here. I thought this was gone. And then it's like you know a little bit of a stumbling block and then continue to learn and you continue to grow. And what i also loved is. It's not. it's not all just like you can do it positive like you have these moments. Where you're showing your internal dialogue like wait. Am i not recovered enough. Have i not been doing. this right. have has everything. I've been doing wrong the whole time. And then you have this like other voice of like no. It's okay kind of showing like the devil and angel and like the little bit of the like the self compassion and you all talk a lot about which christine and i talk a lot about this too like curiosity versus judgment right. So there's like the little voice of curiosity and the voice of judgement. And i think so. Many people really run through this process of like. But i'm still having these judgmental thoughts and i like and i still kind of want to lose weight and i'm thinking of controlling my food again like does that mean i'm not recovered at all. We always just like to emphasize people as like when you're having those thoughts it doesn't mean that you're back at square one. You know like we're not going all the way to the back to the beginning of wherever it was where you started. It's a continual learning process. And i think visually showing those people those stumbling blocks but you continue to move forward is just a really good reminder and kind of like a warm hug of like it's gonna be okay like everybody struggles with these things and you just all you can do is continue to move forward. Fueled by curiosity and not judgment one. Hundred percent yes. I love that and that word curiosity is so key..

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"So tell people a little bit more about the book. Now we know a little bit more about the inspiration for why you wanted to write it but since this is not a visual outlet right like we're not recording the video or anything people won't be able to see this but so described the book for people because it is completely different than any other kind of body image food freedom like anti diet book that i had ever seen. Yes you you kinda. Just enter my brain. It's kind of like a An illustrated diary ask tale. And i wanted to feel that way because like for me it was important that the writing of it was actually fun. I was just talking with someone the other day. Who's who's Gonna be writing a book of her own. And the best advice i could give is just like make it fun for you so i had a lot of fun making this and of course like there there are some parts that are really heavy there are. I mean the whole the whole story telling it was released. Something in me you know was like i was carrying around the story of my experience and it wasn't like there wasn't a chance that i was going to be like. Oh brush that under the rug because that's actually how the detention in my life is created Anytime and so. Yeah like the process of shining a light on the parts of my story that i felt really called to share with people making that process something. That was fun for me so it was kind of like okay. Wake up early. And i'm gonna make it. Wasn't that really his also during during lockdown. Sorry had kind of the. The universe really gave me like okay. It's time for you to book. And but it felt. Like having the sleepover with myself or like this kind of fun giddy. You know time for expression so my hope is that it feels like that when you read it absolutely absolutely. Does i love to hear a little bit more for people who can't see the book right now..

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"The things that we internalize our so you know like the most loving well-meaning at mike generous parents ever and still i picked up on these little things where i was like. My mom's only ever told me. I have a perfect like my body's perfect. There's nothing wrong with me. But i see her dieting. And i'm like well there must be something. The grownups aren't telling me and so really kind of unpacking my own story for my own benefit of like. How did i get to wear a got. And i can spoiler alert. Where i got was developing really obsessive food thoughts and body thoughts and you know i basically had an eating disorder without realizing it Which i thought was also important to go into because that's so common. Because of how disordered eating is normalized in the western world and dia culture makes it so that it's not weird. If somebody council their calories and has food at the forefront of their mind and you know it's all these normal things like. I thought that i was like. Oh this is what hot people think about all the time right like there's no reason why people just be like conventionally hot without thinking about and which is hilarious because everbod. It's hot like it's like. Oh you're just an erotic beaten by being it a human body. But that's neither here nor there i mean it is it's here and there a giant so basically nice for me to be able to unpack some this because i'm like. How did this happen. And then eventually. I developed a full-blown what i considered an eating disorder with bulimia and with that even though i had had disordered eating behaviors before that time that was the first thing that for me registered as like. This is not okay Even though it wasn't an overnight fix of course like that's probably one of the biggest tenants of this journey that i went on in the story that i tell it slake. I'm not holding anything. I'm not like oh and then i recovered like there's not. I don't even think the end of the book is like and now i'm perfectly allied okay. This is an evolution of how i relate to myself. And that's what i want to communicate to

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Breaking Free of the Invisible Cage of Body Obsession With Katie Barbaro

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:33 min | 6 months ago

Breaking Free of the Invisible Cage of Body Obsession With Katie Barbaro

"The things that we internalize our so you know like the most loving well-meaning at mike generous parents ever and still i picked up on these little things where i was like. My mom's only ever told me. I have a perfect like my body's perfect. There's nothing wrong with me. But i see her dieting. And i'm like well there must be something. The grownups aren't telling me and so really kind of unpacking my own story for my own benefit of like. How did i get to wear a got. And i can spoiler alert. Where i got was developing really obsessive food thoughts and body thoughts and you know i basically had an eating disorder without realizing it Which i thought was also important to go into because that's so common. Because of how disordered eating is normalized in the western world and dia culture makes it so that it's not weird. If somebody council their calories and has food at the forefront of their mind and you know it's all these normal things like. I thought that i was like. Oh this is what hot people think about all the time right like there's no reason why people just be like conventionally hot without thinking about and which is hilarious because everbod. It's hot like it's like. Oh you're just an erotic beaten by being it a human body. But that's neither here nor there i mean it is it's here and there a giant so basically nice for me to be able to unpack some this because i'm like. How did this happen. And then eventually. I developed a full-blown what i considered an eating disorder with bulimia and with that even though i had had disordered eating behaviors before that time that was the first thing that for me registered as like. This is not okay Even though it wasn't an overnight fix of course like that's probably one of the biggest tenants of this journey that i went on in the story that i tell it slake. I'm not holding anything. I'm not like oh and then i recovered like there's not. I don't even think the end of the book is like and now i'm perfectly allied okay. This is an evolution of how i relate to myself. And that's what i want to communicate to

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Image higher self esteem and confidence will show you how in the body image audit check it out at bit. Dot lee board slashed the body image audit link is also in the show notes. Today we have katie barbaro on the podcast today. And we're so excited to have you on katie. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me graphic novel right legs of how you would identify it as a graphic novel. That's totally accurate. I keep saying it's weird category. I'll say look cartoon-based memoirs whatever you wanna call it there. We're gonna talk about but before we talk about your new book that up. We would love to talk to you about. How did you as a comedian. Life coach occupational therapist and up writing a book about die culture freedom. Oh great question That that's the million dollar question is this. How did this become my life Yeah i guess you know it's interesting how these different hats that we wear in life lake. They're all these external definitions of ourselves right as like i'm a. I'm a stand up comedian. I'm an occupational therapist. And whatever else. I identify with publicly. But the real truth of our being is what's going on inside and i my recovery journey is really gave me my life so my yeah like i kind of naturally love to connect with people and express myself and be you know it's kind of my comedian tendencies to communicate via comic strip or something like this but About something that really matters and feels foundational to my being just felt like the right thing to do More than painting a picture of like what. I am on the outside. It's like hey this is the real. This is what my real life is behind the scenes. I think that's also a lot in this book. You talk about the different identities that you've had over the years right and we've talked a lot about on the podcast. How like this this identity that we can kind of Morph into or accumulate over. The years could be like the fit friend or the one who cares about their health or like this person who has these disordered eating tendencies and it seems like even through all these. Let's say more externally focused identities that you had that you showed the world until you feel like. I never want to say like you got there because there's never there right but there was this through line through all of these different life changes that you were having we were still you know like going back to this place of trying figure out our relationship with food and trying to figure out your body all at the same time and that is the one journey that really kind of like manifested into this book. Definitely yes it. Was this like inner journey. That was happening in really. It was like a journey from out of alignment to into alignment. So there's no definite. There's no destination of course like you said. But there is flow incoherent. That's possible in life and it comes from this like in writing the way of what's really happening. Which was the last thing i wanted to do was the disordered eating held that exists.

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"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"katie barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Welcome to the wholehearted eating podcast. Where non diet nutrition weight inclusive care an integrative health collide where you're hosting amonte's and christina voight license integrative clinical nutritionist and body coaches and we believe you deserve to have a joyful relationship with food and your body even if you have a chronic health condition or symptoms..