2: A Brief History of Women's Bodies
In this episode of Talking Body, we're looking at some examples throughout history of how women's bodies have been warped, reduced, and reconfigured to suit others. Then, Amy sits down with Dr. Phillippa Diedrichs of the Centre for Appearance Research where she leads a team of researchers at the forefront of understanding body image. She talks us through a ton of questions, and sets a very interesting challenge for Amy by the end of the episode, which we encourage you to take part in as well.To learn more about Dr. Diedrichs and her research, you can follow her on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/phillippa.diedrichs/--Want a FREE guide to build successful habits for your life and business? Check it out here -> http://bit.ly/talking-habitsTo listen to Amy's other podcast all about online marketing, click here -> http://bit.ly/OMMEpod--FURTHER READING: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-cave-art-debate-100617099/https://sarahjoconnor.com/2017/01/11/deformed-males-and-lazy-parasites-ancient-views-of-women/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5aeFRp7Qzghttps://www.ancient.eu/Foot-Binding/https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3813200/Kim-Kardashian-swears-magic-double-Spanx-trick-does-work-real-woman-FEMAIL-tests-star-s-slimming-secret.htmlhttps://www.byrdie.com/average-cost-of-beauty-maintenance
1: Can I Love Myself If I Want to Change Myself?
3: Women at Work
About The Show
Amy Porterfield has experienced massive success in both her business and personal life, but behind every accomplishment lingered a nagging suspicion that she wasn’t living up to some invisible standard of how she should look. Now she’s on a mission to discover exactly where that little voice inside her head came from, and - together with some new friends and fresh perspectives - how she can vanquish it once and for all. New episodes premiere every Monday.