Recovery Love and Care goes beyond this blog and social media! Jayne will be hosting two opening events to launch her business! These events are charitable, as partial ticket proceeds and 100% of donations go towards Project HEAL.
Recovery Love and Care will be providing various services in regards to body image conception, and eating disorder awareness. Starting in August of 2017 you can hire Recovery Love and Care to speak about the concept of self-compassion, self-love, body appreciation, and body image within a diet and weight-loss crazed society. Jayne speaks to women of ALL ages, classrooms, and families about ways to live a purposeful life in the absence of body hate, and eating disorders.
~Living For Life, Love and Self-care!~
We live in a society that encourages girls to hate their bodies, fosters an unhealthy relationship with food, and creates a disconnect between the mind and body. Our culture, is a diet and weight-loss culture. We take in thousands upon thousands of images each and every day that tell us what the “ideal” body looks like, tells us what to eat and how much, tells us what is “good” and “bad.” 80% of thirteen year old girls have already attempted to lose weight, 13% of females have had an Eating Disorder by the age of 20, Eating Disorders are the number one killer of all mental illnesses due to suicide, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and OSFED are on the rise, and the average age of finding body appreciation is 72!! We must start partaking in REAL conversations about the concept of health, body image and fat phobia within our culture!
In a world full of filters, photoshop, diet fads, medical weigh ins and media manipulation, it IS POSSIBLE to live a life full of self-compassion and body appreciation! Recovery Love and Care wants to help foster a life worth living for ALL by having a real conversation about health, food, exercise, and body image!
Hire Jayne to meet with your young loved one, and work through the concept of body appreciation, self-love, and self-worth! Have Jayne come and talk to your girls, classrooms, or even office about this skewed concept of health, beauty ideals, and Eating Disorders.