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EP022 with Kelliana Cole (she/her) a cancer-surviving, amputee, marketing maven, and momma gets candid about learning the power of your personal story, finding your own way into a glow-up, and the ups and downs of creating a blended family.
- Losing a leg and bullies
- Ableist questions you don't know you're asking
- Learning to level up your self-talk (when you want to roll your eyes)
- Is there a difference between step kids and biological kids?
- Zoom dysphoria
- Reinventing yourself
- When you have a perma-resting bitch face
- The problem with internalized beauty standards
More about Kelliana: Kelliana Cole is a mental health and disability advocate, marketing maven, momma of 3, and certified life coach helping people radically shift their mindset and relationship to their bodies for the better. As a 24-year amputee and cancer survivor, she's navigated the stories and feelings of disempowerment that can come with external circumstances. Her personal transformation in dropping dress sizes, discovering strength, and the transformative power of positive self-talk and fitness.
You can find her on Instagram where she shares her adventures as a mom and bonus mom navigating the Wild West of co-parenting and motherhood during a global pandemic.
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