A podcast to be “Well with my body”

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<p> During its 10 episodes, the podcast will address topics such as fatphobia, racism and stress that influence our relationship to the body. </p>
<p>On the occasion of Mental Health Week, which is currently taking place, the awareness organization Bien avec mon corps is launching its podcast of the same name. Hosted by psychologist and founder of the organization Stéphanie Léonard, it will have 10 episodes. The opportunity to explore all kinds of issues related to our relationship to the body. </p>
<p>In the first episode available today, it's about social networks and how they can cause us to compare our physique to that of others. To address the subject, we will find actress Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse as well as the executive director and co-founder of the Center for Online Emotional Intelligence (Le CIEL), Emmanuelle Parent.</p>
<p>Each episode will thus welcome a public figure who will share their experience and an expert who will provide their perspective and advice on the subject discussed. We will notably find the singer Cœur de Pirate, the actress and host Bianca Gervais or the actors Félix-Antoine Tremblay, Naila Louisdort and Debbie Lynch-White.</p>
<p class=According to a Léger survey commissioned by the Équilibre organization in 2021, 65% of Quebecers want to lose weight regardless of their weight, 45%feel anxious, stressed or unhappy because of their weight and 37% say they are obsessed with controlling their weight.

The goal, as the name of the organization and the podcast indicate, is obviously to lead us to make peace with our body, to take care of it, to love it as it is.

“I created Bien avec mon corps, driven by an immense desire for authenticity, a thirst for diversity, a hope for benevolence and a powerful surge of solidarity,” explains Dr. Stéphanie Léonard.

“We have no choice but to relate to our bodily envelope. Our body, we did not choose it! It is the one that has been given to us, the one with which we must live, the one that allows us to relate to others, to live strong moments and to accomplish many beautiful things. “Well with my body” means for me this desire to own his body, to embody it, to accept it and to be kind to him,” she adds.

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