Have you ever struggled with what you see in the mirror? Have you suffered abuse and been told what you should or shouldn’t look like? In today’s society, there are so many stigmas placed on women when it comes to how we should dress and look. And it can often be a true struggle that we may not know how to properly deal with or overcome.
In this episode, Kortney Olson, founder of GRRRL Clothing talks with a raw honesty about her own struggle with self-image, methamphetamine addiction and other abuse. Despite the pain she had experienced, she had a desire to help others who may have gone through similar struggles. From that desire GRRRL clothing was born, a one of a kind clothing company with the goal of eliminating body shame. One of the ways they do this is by simply not having clothing sizes, because all too often that becomes a defining measure in our lives. So if you are looking to get out of the struggle with body image that you may face, take a listen to this episode.
- How the media affects women’s body image.
- Creating self-love.
- The stigma of clothing sizes.
Quotes from the show:
- “Social media paints a picture that everybody else is perfect.” @GrrrlClothing @PowerHustle Click to Tweet
- “We always want to be a different size than we are. @GrrrlClothing @PowerHustle Click to Tweet
- “We’re tired of hating our bodies.” @GrrrlClothing @PowerHustle Click to Tweet
- “Every one of us has a story.” @GrrrlClothing @PowerHustle Click to Tweet
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