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Join the founder of The Full Bloom Project for a regular dose of body-positive parenting wisdom. Zoë Bisbing, LCSW, body-positive psychotherapist and mother of three, brings together diverse experts to connect the dots between research and activism in child and adolescent development, mental and physical health, nutrition, social justice, intersectionality, and eating disorder prevention. Each episode distills everything from scholarly research to self-help books into accessible and digestib ...
 
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Todays Podcast will look at how our family and how our background shapes how we look for and seek out intimacy in others. We need to be mindful of how our trauma from the past informs and repeats possible patterns of traumatization in the future. We will talk about the patter of High and Low Attachment Anxiety. As well as the patterns of High and L…
 
“Isn’t it cool how asses come in so many different sizes?” In this episode, Dr. Rachel Milner talks to Zoë about what it means to be fat-positive. Through personal and clinical examples they discuss the protective benefits of raising fat-positive children and how to break the cycle of intergenerational weight-related trauma once and for all. Zoë an…
 
When was the last time you dismissed yourself or someone else as “lazy”? This conversation may change the way you look at that word. Dr. Devon Price, social psychologist, activist, and author of Laziness Does Not Exist joins for a discussion about the origins and legacy of ‘the laziness lie’ and how to arm young people with the skills they need to …
 
This week we’re joined by Jessica Saunders, a feminist trained developmental scientist working to promote positive developmental outcomes across the lifespan and identify ways that negative body experiences can be improved. We discuss the effect of weight-based teasing in school and how teachers are unprepared to have these conversations with stude…
 
This week we’re joined by Marquisele Mercedes, a writer and doctoral student working at the intersection of public health, fat studies, and scholarship on race/ism. We discuss the need for intersectional representation in spaces challenging oppression, how racism and sizeism show up on the playground, why language policies don’t work, and much more…
 
In this episode from season 2, “the Toddler Whisperer” Dr. Tovah Klein shares how parents can plant seeds for a child’s lifelong success during the toddler years. She explains the “toddler paradox,” gives us insight into the toddler mind, and shares practical tips for feeding toddlers without power struggles. Read the full show notes for this episo…
 
Well HELLO! It has been a moment – I took a bit of a summer sabbatical but I am back now. New News – going forward the podcast will update and publish monthly now to give a bit more life balance for me as your one and only in this effort. Today we talk about labels! Are labels good – well sorta yeah in a way – they comprise the slices of us that ma…
 
What good is the knowledge that research says family meals are associated with better academic performance and lower rates of depression, eating disorders, and substance use if you’re struggling to get out of bed. And who could possibly care about how many servings of fruit and vegetables is optimal for your kid if you can’t even access fresh produ…
 
All kids need to move, but not all kids get to move. While physical education programs level the socio-economic playing field and plant critical seeds for life-long love of movement, they are also responsible for the grim practice of school-based BMI measurement programs. Berkley Public Health epidemiologist, Dr. Hannah Thompson, joins to fill us i…
 
While you're waiting for the next new episode (coming 8/11!) catch up on this conversation with Psychologist Dr. Lauren Muhlheim from our inaugural season. Lauren helped us understand the Health at Every Size® paradigm and the value of building a united front against diet culture. We discuss strategies and possible challenges for uniting with pedia…
 
In a year of remote schooling, many parents had a front row seat into their children’s school days — including the ways that diet culture can sneak into the classroom. We brought Virginia Sole-Smith back onto the show to discuss her recent New York Times piece “Are Schools Teaching Kids to Diet?” We also cover how parents can respond if harmful mes…
 
While you're waiting for the next new episode (dropping on 7/28!) tune into this conversation with researcher Dr. Suman Ambwani about the ubiquitous trend of “clean eating,” cleanses, and other pop culture health fads. She talks us through her research on clean eating and the risks that come with moralizing food, especially for young people. We exp…
 
The podcast is back! To kick off the newest season, Zoë is joined by the paradigm-shifting researcher, best selling author, and social justice warrior Dr. Lindo Bacon. They discuss radical belonging, self compassion, shame and vulnerability, myths about nutrition and health, and how to support kids’ unique identities and gender expression — all thr…
 
Todays podcasts is a rebroadcast podcast of an interview done with Eddie Webb with their New Media Lab Experience at Mesa Community College. In this podcast we learn about the work happening in Fall 21 with a series of virtual workshops on how to implement more indigenous practices in the spaces and places we work! PC to Host Indigeneity Workshops …
 
In todays podcast we take a deep dive into the ideas that make me a me and you a you! We cannot understand anything without understanding ourself first! We look at the need for an accurate self concept – we have to own really who we are right now and stop pretending to be what we are not putting effort into being or becoming. We look at the need fo…
 
Today we unpack the concept of perspective. For it is only through the lens of our own perspective that we have the ability or capacity to experience the world. We will look at the FACT that for YOU or someone else – your perspective IS your experience of reality. That is it – its all of it you cannot experience something outside your perspective. …
 
In today’s podcast we welcome Anti-Racism expert Daryl Davis. Mr Davis has made as a part of his life goal to prove you cannot hate someone you do know know. To this end Mr Davis has befriended many current and former self avowed white supremacists (KKK members or Neo-Nazis). And to that end he has also been gifted 20+ former Klan members robes as …
 
In today’s podcast we will look at how to set and enforce personal and relational boundaries with others. We all know about the concept of “house rules” the guides and expectations that help us get a sense what we should and should not do in a space. Boundaries work the same way with people! For this podcast is was guided and inspired by an article…
 
In this episode we will examine the idea that we literally “pay” to things with our focus, with our listening, and with our attention. This attention and our sense of focus is vied for with millions to billions of dollars as our time and attention is SO precious and valuable. We look at the hard truth of the fact that if we are REALLY honest we don…
 
In this podcast we will look at the idea that we need to own the responsibility to be our best self. In our Heart first, then in changing what we think and believe, then speaking that belief (or Be-life) into being. It starts by creating the new opportunity of a new reality into being within us just by dwelling on what we want to be, what type of p…
 
This week we have yet another interview with our good friends at the Inclusive AF podcast Jackye Claton and Katee Van Horn. Both are Diveristy Inclusion and Equity Experts! This roundtable discussion will touch on the highlights and low lights of what is is like to “do the work” day in and day out. We talk about ideas relating to reverse racism, no…
 
In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Indigenization. We will talk about Indigenization, What is it? (systems of nonviolence, no harm, non-marginalization, and non-exploitation). How each of us has been helped by Indigenization and Indigenous Thinking. This podcast attempts to help us unpack what I feel the antithesi…
 
Welcome to the New Gregorian Year 2021 – or I as am calling it 2020 the bad extended mix. In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Colonization and Indigenization. This podcast will reflect on the events of Dec 6th. From a Native Lens with our thoughts and feelings on the matter. We will talk about Colonization, What is…
 
Todays podcast looks deeply at the idea of what is the enemy. Is enemy the best word to use when working against others for the acknowledgement of humanity? Is opponent better or does that still imply the person is the problem. Does opposition work better to focus on the forces not the people. This podcast will look at how it is SO easy to see the …
 
We’re joined by fertility awareness educator Lisa Hendrickson-Jack to learn about all things periods. Lisa discusses common misconceptions about menstrual health, and we explore why helping your daughter understand her menstrual cycle can promote body-positivity. Get our guide to body-positive parenting. Click here for show notes.…
 
In recognition of International Kindness Day. We look at the true earth shaking Power In Kindness. We talk about how Kindness needs some reframing as it gets a bad rap for being weak or naive. It is very strong and a powerful force for change! We talk about the vitality of Kindness due to our mirror neurons and oxytocin boost which can later lead t…
 
While we embrace the language used by the original body-positive movement to characterize our signature parenting style, our next hidden gem episode from Season 1, featuring Dr. Carly Guss and researcher Dr. Sabra Katz-Wise about gender non-conforming and trans youth, reminded us that sometimes body-positivity is simply not inclusive enough and, fr…
 
Election Day 2020 is almost here. In this podcast I share a few thoughts on our local election. I talk about the need to get some food, and resources together in the next few days – just in case things get wonky. I talk about the need to get your ballot physically to the ballot box or vote in person (most vote my mail is not assured to get in by no…
 
It's halloween week and we are reposting our season one conversation with the "original intuitive eating" dietitian and author Evelyn Tribole. She talks with us about the best ways to handle all this “junk food” (aka halloween candy) with kids (and why she uses the term “play food” instead). Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full s…
 
This week it just felt right to take you back to Season one of the pod, episode #19 where Dr. Rebecca Kennedy (before she was the instagram sensation @drbeckyathome) taught us how to harness the power of simplicity and presence to foster emotional connectedness in our kids. We love her “less is more” recommendation to approach our children’s emotio…
 
Hey all today we are going to unpack the idea of Deep Canvassing. Inspired by this article https://callhub.io/deep-canvassing/ Deep canvassing stems from a simple idea; you can change minds through conversations. Canvassers use this method to engage voters in a conversation and get them to a mutual understanding by providing alternative perspective…
 
In this podcast we will analyze thoughts on why people have such a hard time just saying and agreeing with Black Lives Matter. And why they are SO insistent on the message All Lives Matter. The secret is we will in a society that honestly values life very little. And due to the normalization of death and that some lives matter and other lives don’t…
 
So in honor of Weight Stigma Awareness week we are reposting one of our favorite conversations with Social psychologist Dr. Jeff Hunger, who helps us dig deeper into the available research on weight stigma. He highlights some ironic misconceptions about the impact of weight stigma, including its consequences for mental and physical health, and disc…
 
In this podcast we breakdown another parable idea on what lessons are embedded in boats, and airplanes. How can we look at the idea of difference in consideration of an items intended purpose and see its inherent value in its differences? We will look at how the pressures of a situation keep us afloat. We will look at how movement and pressure can …
 
Elyse Resch - co-author of Intuitive Eating - answers a listener question about getting her teenager daughters interested in intuitive eating. We also discuss the newest updates to the intuitive eating model, understanding intuitive eating through a social justice lens rather than a nutrition lens, and a play-by-play of how Elyse helps teens think …
 
It’s "back-to-school" week for us, which means we got a little behind schedule! In anticipation of next week’s season 3 finale, we thought we’d revisit our nourishing conversation with Health at Every Size Dietitian, Heidi Schauster. A fan favorite episode, tune in to learn (or refresh!) the 10 things you are welcome to QUIT DOING to improve your r…
 
Todays Podcast is “Why Poor White People have a harder Time Seeing White Privilege” We will go over – white racial privilege does exists We will also talk about what is “assumed” as parts of being a white person in society – that really is not always the true experience We will talk about how if you are not doing what is assumed in all parts of whi…
 
Hey all so this is our final podcast of season one folks. Its been wonderful for Calvin and I to share our thoughts and ideas with you everyone. In this our final podcast of our first (hopefully not final season) Calvin the Drapetomaniac and Rowdy the Inclusive Activist introduce the idea of Social Centric Communalism (NOT communism NOT Socialism) …
 
Feminist marketing consultant and writer Kelly Diels joins us for a conversation about social media, marketing, and culture. We discuss the power of helping our kids notice, name, and build resilience against harmful media messages, and why we should all think of ourselves as culture makers. Read the full show notes for this episode. Get our ABC Gu…
 
In today’s podcast we explore the idea of “truth” what is it. What is subjective truth or what is true for me. How can at times subjective truths widen and are shared with others? What is objective truth – those real hard undeniable truths – that we can pretend don’t exist – but like gravity we do so at our own peril. What are universal truths – to…
 
Ellyn Satter Institute faculty member Jenn Harris returns to the show to answer a listener's question about conflicting advice she’s heard about handling “play food” or “sometimes food.” We get clarity around how to apply the Satter model when serving dessert (or when it’s served at a birthday party), discuss what differentiates eating competence a…
 
Calvin and Rowdy give you a retrospective out their lives to give you a sense of the humans behind the process. Many times either Calvin or Rowdy have been a bit too deified or seen as more than the simple humans they are – this podcast puts that notion to bed with times we made mistakes. How we learned and grow. And the simple steps we take daily …
 
As it so happens there have been and email here and there. A DM here and there, and lots of comments as feedback. And silly me didn’t consider podcasting them all as I thought they were all just to me rather than the seeds of a dialog that are beginning to emerge from Inclusive Activism and Emerging Evolution. So here it is our first Questions and …
 
Zoë talks through a real life body-positive parenting dilemma with Hannah and Kelty — twins, mothers, and co-founders of the Upbringing parenting resource. They dig into parenting for “sanity and social change” and how to support kids who have chronic illnesses or conditions that may complicate their relationship with their bodies. Read the full sh…
 
Counsel Culture is more transformational than Cancel Culture. In this episode we will look at how I should have been canceled in the past with SEVERAL examples BUT we will learn how Counsel Culture made me redeemable! We examine the problematics of Cancel Culture and deconstruct it as a tool of whiteness and colonial thinking special thanks to Mich…
 
We spoke with the wonderful team behind Sunny Side Up Nutrition to answer a question from a listener wondering how or what she can teach her kids about nutrition without diet culture sneaking in. Anna and Elizabeth talked us through the value of modeling behaviors, considering developmental stage in the conversations you have about food, what kind …
 
Too often it appears we get caught up in the either or paradigm. It is very important to note no one on either side of a issue is actually completely right. AND too often no one on either side is really truly on the side of us as the people. And no one is really committed to living in an eco-centric way centering the earth and our community in a wa…
 
In this story for today we look at some of the macro systems we are seeing with the pandemic and attempt to make a parable – a fable – an indigenous tale out of what we are seeing with the current pandemic. When I envisioned this I was trying to do a form of sense-making of the pandemic, the economic recession/potential depression (finally was righ…
 
We’re joined by researcher Dr. Dana Voelker to answer a question from a listener whose daughter wants to pursue classical ballet professionally. We discuss characteristics of healthy and unhealthy sports cultures, intuitive exercise, helping kids learn to love movement, and how this parent can help her daughter navigate a field that can be rife wit…
 
Simply put the stories we tell and choose to add the power of our belief in create our worlds. This is why we must be clear and show where we want to go and what we want to do when we tell our stories. Think about our words Believe is so much like BE-LIVE, same with Belief is so akin to BE-LIFE. See how powerful our words can be when we act as thou…
 
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