How to Improve Your Inner Critic

Catch the latest episode of Diet Culture Dropout Podcast this week. Featuring episode 48. How to Improve Your Inner Critic with Julie Gerber.

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Joined with Julie Gerber a Social Worker, Empowered Body Mentor and Consciousness Coach. Today we are chatting about inner critic work. A much-needed area many people likely need support around. The dialogue within our mind is one of the longest relationships we have in our lives (your inner critic).

We discuss in this podcast episode:

  • Explore what an inner critic is and the common two narratives most people have
  • Review how is it formed and what influences it
  • Understand how you can modify it to be more loving, intentional and supportive
  • Discuss how improving the inner critic can impact people’s body confidence and acceptance

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