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This is a space where we talk about personal growth & development. We sometimes talk about hard things but we always talk about human things. We are here to breakdown, breakaway, & breakthrough emotional trauma so we can stop overthinking, get unstuck, & improve relationships. Lilli is a speaker, healer, author & coach based in Phoenix, Arizona with clients all over the world. Her biggest challenge came when her past trauma & abuse met her in real life & her crowning personal moment came whe ...
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Hello. I’m Kathy Larson, SELF COMPASSION COACH for WORLD SHAKING, DREAM MAKING & RISK TAKING WOMEN. I work with courageous and creative women – helping them to align who they are with who they want to be by finding courage and self-compassion to live a joyful life. My goal here is to help each of us to live a life of belonging by sharing with you the stories that create a meaningful life.
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THE CONFIDENT BODY PODCAST - Brain-based strategies and self-compassion practices to unlock your full potential

Lizzie Merritt - Weight Loss Coach for Women Who Want To Feel Confident In Their Own Skin

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Fuel your body, unleash your soul: The podcast for women ready to lose weight and fully embrace their unique gifts and talents. Learn how to transform your body and mind with brain science and self-compassion. Do you know *what* to do to lose weight but can’t find the time or energy to actually do it? Are you the one always behind the camera taking pictures of everyone else on vacation because you don’t like the way you look? Are you ready to stop waiting to lose weight in order to start par ...
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Ever need a word of encouragement and a story that feels like a warm hug for your soul? Join life coach Blaze Schwaller as she explores what it means to be imperfect, human, and striving for a fully engaged and colorful life in this series about stretching to reach your highest potential while honoring the full range of your emotions and experiences. Whether she's talking about crippling self-doubt or the joy of befriending feral cats, expect these poignant conversations to be your weekly bo ...
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A solo episode today about “What Patterns Really Are.” Schedule a complimentary Love Audit here: https://calendly.com/lilli_bewley/loveaudit Lilli's Feminine Dating Archetype Quiz - Reveal your blocks to love & find your true love match. www.lillibewley.com/quiz Support the show: https://anchor.fm/thelillibewleypodcast - Click on support. --- Suppo…
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Dr. Felice Russell describes how she navigated the difficult relationship she has always had with academia, leaning on self-trust, leaps of faith, and one-degree shifts to make the many career decisions that have gotten her to the place she is now: a school librarian who feels settled and content both at work and at home. Find Dr. Felice Russell on…
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Have you ever found yourself thinking ahead to when no one will be home and you can eat whatever you want - or how much of whatever you want - in secret without anyone to see? Maybe you wait till everyone is in bed, or you “do good” while you’re at work when others can see. But when you get home and you’re by yourself, it’s a different story. That …
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Marny Requa explains that life transitions such as becoming a parent and menopause are not just short-term changes and then everything returns to "normal." They are major life transitions that deserve to be acknowledged, honored, and planned for. However, as Marny explains, we are not doing these things well on institutional, cultural, nor societal…
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Have you ever felt like there’s more inside you that you’re not tapping into? Like you're standing in the shadows of your own potential, afraid to step into the spotlight for fear of judgment? That nagging voice in your head says, “I know there’s more for me than this. There’s more I can do or give.” and at the same time that voice says "What will …
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"Time is so precious," says Dr. Martha Kenney. In this episode, Martha describes the importance of finding your why--a process of pausing, going inward, getting re-acquainted with yourself, and naming your values. Once you know your why, you can allocate your time accordingly, aligned to the intentions you have for your life. Martha explains that h…
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Have you ever found yourself in a relentless pursuit, chasing the ghost of "enoughness" with every step you take? Like no matter how much you hustle and strive, that bucket of worthiness never seems to fill up? It's like running on a treadmill, right? No matter how fast you go, you never quite reach your destination. In this episode, we're peeling …
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Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work with a coach for a year? This episode is a little different. This is a replay of a conversation between my client Jessie Ellertson and me, where I was a guest on her podcast. Jessie is a life coach herself and she’s been my client for about a year. In this episode we talk about the top 12 lessons learne…
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Happy Equinox!! Welcome to the Spring 2024 Season of Self-Compassionate Professor! First, I talk about how honoring the change of seasons invites a more intentional approach to work and life generally: 1) helps us to see beyond the academic calendar, 2) opens us to a sense of spaciousness, 3) gives us a sense of "punctuation" between seasons, 4) gi…
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Dr. Maiysha Clairborne is an integrative medicine physician, internationally known speaker, author & Master Hypnotherapist & Teacher of NLP and Hypnosis. With over 20 years experience, she helps people transform their lives by helping them master their mindset & communication, eliminating fear, self-doubt, & negative emotions that get in the way of…
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Have you ever found yourself in a public place and a random stranger walks by and out of nowhere a super judgy thought pops in your brain. “Why would she wear that? Didn’t she look in the mirror this morning? At least I don’t weigh that much.” And then you think “What is wrong with me? Who thinks like that about other people?” Or maybe you find you…
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Have you ever had one of those days when your diet plan feels more like a distant memory than a reality? You know, the ones where that innocent-looking cookie led to a full-blown snack attack, and suddenly, you're knee-deep in a bag of potato chips? I so get it. We've all been there, and let's face it, life happens. Those moments of "diet destructi…
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A solo episode today Unfiltered Love: Embracing the Power of Unconditional Acceptance. Schedule a complimentary Love Audit here: https://calendly.com/lilli_bewley/loveaudit Lilli's Feminine Dating Archetype Quiz - Reveal your blocks to love & find your true love match. www.lillibewley.com/quiz Support the show: https://anchor.fm/thelillibewleypodca…
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Have you ever found yourself on that rollercoaster of diets, calorie counting, feeling like you're trapped in a numbers game, fixated on what that scale says? You’ve been at it for a few weeks and maybe the scale has moved a little, but really not nearly like you expected. And you’re starting to get frustrated. And maybe you have a weekend or a nig…
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Dr. Dan Lair, Associate Dean of Faculty and Student Affairs at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, talks about the benefits of perceiving our academic work as “just a job.” Specifically, Dan explains what work means to him, the pitfalls of tying your job to your identity, the impact overwork by his academic spouse (me!) has had on him, and…
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Have you ever had a specific food that just feels like it has a little more power over you than you do over it? Like there are some foods that you can just take it or leave but there are others that you’re like “you’ll have to pry it from my cold dead fingers.” And yet on the inside, you’re maybe a teensy bit scared that this food is more in contro…
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Have you ever felt like, “I know I should work out, but I don’t have time.” or “I want to take time to meal plan but I get so busy and I run out of energy. Between the kids, my job, not to mention being a wife, I find it hard to carve out time for myself.” Listen, it is hard to find time these days. Life is BUSY. It’s even harder to make ourselves …
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Have you ever felt like there was more inside you that you have to give? Like maybe you’re not maxing out your potential? Or even scratching the surface? So often we wait until we lose the weight in order to go for that thing or to put ourselves out there in a scary way. Today, we’re gonna get deep. We’re going to talk about purpose, meaning and th…
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Jen Peters is a gifted Multidimensional Healer and author of ‘Coming Home. The Path to Healing Your Inner Child.’ Jen’s own personal experience of fully healing following decades of codependency, narcissistic abuse and deep childhood trauma has provided her with the indelible experience and depth of knowing that only comes from walking the path her…
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Have you ever felt like losing weight is like trying to solve a Rubik's Cube blindfolded? The struggle is real, right? It's not just the simple formula that diets try to tell us it is. It's an emotional rollercoaster filled with frustration, self-doubt, and - let’s be honest - the occasional forbidden love affair with a pint of ice cream. But what …
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A solo episode today about Navigating Your Nervous System. Schedule a complimentary Love Audit here: https://calendly.com/lilli_bewley/loveaudit Lilli's Feminine Dating Archetype Quiz - Reveal your blocks to love & find your true love match. www.lillibewley.com/quiz Support the show: https://anchor.fm/thelillibewleypodcast - Click on support. --- S…
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Have you ever set a goal to lose weight around the new year and thought “alright, this year I will lose 25 lbs. I’m gonna make it happen.” Then life happens instead. And the next year you’re thinking “Ok THIS is the year. I’m gonna commit. I’m gonna get a bowflex. I’m gonna workout 6 days a week.” And by Jan 17th you’re hanging laundry on that bowf…
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Have you ever had the thought, “I have so much weight to lose. It'll take forever”? Or maybe this one resonates a little more: “I do well for [fill in the blank amount of time] and then I fall back into my old habits. After a while I just say ‘screw it.’” Or here’s a doozy: “I should never have gained this weight. I feel broken.” Today we’re talkin…
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Corey Lyon Folsom has been a professional tracker, a wilderness guide for newly sober people and a vision quest leader. As a love & relationship coach since 2012, he assists persons from all over the world to increase the soulfulness, clarity and ease with which they experience life. He does this by utilizing body-centered awareness, accessing one’…
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Welcome to a brand new year!! The start of the year is often about endings and new beginnings. There’s so much promist and potential in the beginning of the year. There can also be a lot of stress and pressure, but that’s for another podcast. Today, in honor of the new year, we’re going back to the beginning - to the basics - to our ABCs. Yes, folk…
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It's been a wonderful three years of creating and producing this podcast, but for now it's time for a break. I am so appreciative to all of you who have joined me for each episode, supported me on the journey and contributed to its success. I figured an appropriate topic for this last episode would be looking at how we decide when we are complete w…
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Every year, around late December-early January, I do an exercise called the year in review / the year ahead. Today I’m going to focus more on the year in review and next week we’ll talk about the year ahead. I like the year in review part of the exercise because it’s a great way to reflect back on the year that was. It helps me bring to mind the po…
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A solo episode today about What Red Flags Really Are. Here’s the article: https://www.betterup.com/blog/red-flags-in-a-relationship Schedule a complimentary Love Audit here: https://calendly.com/lilli_bewley/loveaudit Lilli's Feminine Dating Archetype Quiz - Reveal your blocks to love & find your true love match. www.lillibewley.com/quiz Support th…
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It’s important to refuel yourself regularly if you want to have the energy and inspiration to take care of others or make a huge impact on the world around you. It is often our most selfish hobbies and downtime that allows us to have the energy to serve others. This week we look at the signs and symptoms of overwhelm and explore ways we can provide…
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Twas the week before Christmas and your thoughts are all a-chatter, So many diet thoughts are stirring, especially the one that says “Ya know what? It doesn’t even matter.” Have you ever told yourself that? Have you ever just been fed up with all your efforts to lose weight that you get to a point where you mentally throw your hands up in the air a…
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When life presents us with difficult situations, we often forget to pause and assess ourselves for all of the things we are capable of and offer. But when we do, we can bring so much more to the situation and give ourselves a lot more appreciation in the process. Last week I listened to Matt Khan giving a Loving Kindness Meditation and this podcast…
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Have you ever had a time when the weather was getting colder and you swapped out the summer clothes for the winter ones and realized, "Dang. My winter clothes don't feel so great on me." So you go shopping and you find yourself standing in front of a dressing room mirror, winter clothes in hand, and feel your heart sink because you just feel like n…
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When we’re stretching for a goal, we often find ourselves procrastinating and not understanding why we aren’t doing it. We can easily self-sabotage when working toward a goal by believing that it’s not worth bothering to try because we have unreasonable expectations about timelines. One of the lies we tell ourselves is that we can start tomorrow, a…
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Dr. Cynthia Ganote describes hiding her artistic interests in graduate school, believing that if her academic community found out that she sang, acted, and danced, she would not be taken seriously. When she took her tenure-track job, she put all of her energy and effort into it, letting go of her artistic work completely. While on the outside, Cynt…
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It’s that time of year my friend. That time warp on the calendar between Thanksgiving and Christmas where it seems like we have more to do and less time to do it in. And there’s just so much going on, who could possibly think about maintaining healthy habits during this time of year? Between holiday parties, end of the year obligations at work, dec…
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Sometimes we have feelings about the hobbies we choose to pursue, despite starting with all good intentions. Part of learning any new skill is coming to terms with being terrible at it in the beginning and facing our own frustration with this each time we show up to learn more. We can get through a lot of the initial frustration by focusing on curi…
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Rachel Smith is a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner who has been studying and working in health and wellness for over 7 years. She founded her company, Natural Health Rising, after overcoming Hashimoto's Thyroiditis by using functional medicine and holistic health practices. Rachel is on a mission to help as many people as possible rise …
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Have you ever found yourself looking at all the things on your calendar or your to-do list and thought “I can’t believe I have so much to do. It’s not fair.” Or maybe you’ve looked at the cute, skinny mom at preschool drop off and thought “Ugh. It’s not fair. It’s so easy for her and here I am having to think about every item I put in my mouth.” Or…
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Friendships change throughout the course of our lives. As children, it seems like friendships are much easier to initiate than as adults. Friendships grow easily with shared experiences. When we are kids, we are put into the same environment and mutual situations as entire classrooms of peers, whereas in our adult lives, people live separate lives …
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Have you ever found yourself obsessing over what's for lunch while you're still eating breakfast? Or maybe you're constantly negotiating with your inner voice asking, “Am I hungry? I’m not sure. Even if I’m not hungry, and WANT something….” and those thoughts in your head just won't give you a break? And that’s just the mental chatter. There’s also…
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Depending on how you work best, you might prefer a schedule that is fairly rigid and has smaller bursts of scheduled activities, or you might thrive when you clock out multiple hours for work that fits a certain theme. When I feel like there isn’t enough time to immerse in a subject, I avoid that activity like crazy. I can find all kinds of reasons…
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A solo episode today by listener request, Setting Affective Boundaries. Attract Your Dream Partner without the Drama Free 1 Hour Masterclass: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/attract-your-dream-partner-without-the-drama-free-1-hour-masterclass-tickets-751357619867?aff=oddtdtcreator Schedule a complimentary Love Audit here: https://calendly.com/lilli_be…
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Have you ever approached the holiday season with a mixed feeling - sort of a mix of “Yay the holidays!” and “Ugh, the holidays.” It’s November and it’s part 2 of our 3 part series on handling the holidays. Today we’re addressing Thanksgiving specifically and looking at All. The. Things that comes with it - both from the emotional angle as well as t…
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Our bright and large emotional reactions to small things stem from earlier situations that we’re still dealing with emotionally. It’s easy to roll with inconveniences when they are few and far between and we are otherwise happy, cared for, and well. When we are depleted emotionally and mentally, anything that impedes our progress in the day can set…
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Have you ever been caught in that cycle of self-doubt, worrying about what other people think and thinking that, “Maybe people don’t like me.” Or doubting if those extra pounds will ever come off. Or if you DO lose weight, then you worry if you’ll be able to keep it off. Does it ever feel like your brain is working against you and your goals? You’r…
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How do you use technology? Do you feel it benefits you? This week I share my experience using fitness trackers and the ways it has both helped me and stressed me out. How was my life different when I could only use analog feedback like writing down my workouts and weighing myself on the scale each day? What is it like now when I have instantaneous …
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Have you ever found yourself in the kitchen, staring into the depths of your fridge after a tough day? Or maybe you find yourself in front of the pantry, eyeing those cookies or crackers having a 'shouldn't-but-totally-will' moment? Or you’re sitting on the couch staring in disbelief at the bottom of a chip bag, or a tub of ice cream….And the kicke…
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Tomorrow is November 1st. That means there's only about 8 weeks left in the year. What small change could you make and do it imperfectly yet consistently that could make a difference for you? Don't wait till the holidays are over. Now is the time. Small changes lead to lasting weight loss. What's a small thing you can do in these last few weeks of …
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What’s the emotion that’s sparked the most often by the sources of information and entertainment you consume or are exposed to? Having a big emotion sparked makes it more difficult for you to respond to situations, it instead elicits reactions from you. Some basic truths about what sparks emotional reactions in us can be helpful. When we watch some…
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