“‘Question of the Day: “What do I say when my daughter says she’s fat or talks negatively about her body?’ I’ve been asked this question many times over the years. Because I’ve been teaching sex education since the dawn of time, people assume I also know how to answer questions about body image, but it really isn’t my area of expertise. To help me answer this question, I’ve called in my colleague Susan Hyatt…”
Susan joins Sara Dean of The Shameless Mom Academy to discuss emotional eating, body love, quitting diet culture, smashing the patriarchy, the power of joy and pleasure, radical self-love and so much more.
Susan joins the ladies of Lean the F*ck Out podcast to discuss how you can take yourself further as a business owner by defeating self-sabotage through self-love, body positivity, finding what gives you pleasure, and quitting things that deprive you of that pleasure.
Jen Glantz, of the You’re Not Getting Any Younger podcast, and Susan chatted about the power of diets and how they can get too messy, how to get over feeling guilty about what you’ve eaten, and ways to be nicer to your body and your soul.
Susan joins the Live Happy podcast to look at how the way we approach making changes has a lot to do with how successful those changes are. Whether it’s losing weight, changing jobs or committing to healthier relationships, she’ll give you a new way of thinking about creating your best life.
Susan Guests on Episode 62 of Leveling Up: Creating Everything From Nothing with Natalie Jill
In this episode, Susan explains how she LEVELED UP and created EVERYTHING FROM NOTHING. They discuss how to get more of whatever you want, how you’re able to tap into more luck, why baring it all helps upgrade your mental and physical health, and how to create more confidence.
It is said that in order to diet, you need willpower to be successful, but Susan has a different philosophy. Women have more than enough willpower with everything they take on every single day, what’s missing is actually pleasure. It’s scientifically proven that the more pleasure you have, the better you feel.