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Welcome to the Self-Love for Breakfast Podcast presented by the Self-Love Breakfast Club where you guessed it – we eat self-love for breakfast. This is a place to light you up, lift you up and help you navigate the world of self-love. This is not about face masks and bubble baths! Your host Chrystal Rose, explores deeply important topics and issues in her solo sessions to guide you, inspire you, teach you and offer fresh perspective.The interview episodes are lighthearted talks with amazing women, from Olympic athletes to doctors and fitpreneurs, who aren’t afraid to keep it real. And for the Girlfriend chats, Chrystal pulls in a friend and they jam on what's been coming up in their own friendship circles. Uncensored and unapologetic, you’ll walk away from every episode with real-life takeaways and advice – NO BS or fluff. So grab a mimosa or a waffle and join us for a great time!

Self-Love for Breakfast Chrystal Rose

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    • 5.0 • 58 Ratings

Welcome to the Self-Love for Breakfast Podcast presented by the Self-Love Breakfast Club where you guessed it – we eat self-love for breakfast. This is a place to light you up, lift you up and help you navigate the world of self-love. This is not about face masks and bubble baths! Your host Chrystal Rose, explores deeply important topics and issues in her solo sessions to guide you, inspire you, teach you and offer fresh perspective.The interview episodes are lighthearted talks with amazing women, from Olympic athletes to doctors and fitpreneurs, who aren’t afraid to keep it real. And for the Girlfriend chats, Chrystal pulls in a friend and they jam on what's been coming up in their own friendship circles. Uncensored and unapologetic, you’ll walk away from every episode with real-life takeaways and advice – NO BS or fluff. So grab a mimosa or a waffle and join us for a great time!

    [Solo Sesh] Growing From Group Travel

    [Solo Sesh] Growing From Group Travel

    Do you do a lot of self-work in private? Are you upset if you backslide when exposed to the rest of the world?


    Through exploring a group travel experience, Chrystal shares her healing progress and the work she still needs to do. Although it’s normal to assume that the self-work you do in isolation will carry over with others, it’s often outside our comfort zone that we better understand ourselves. The main thing is not to be angry with yourself if you still have triggers because, after all, finding self-acceptance is a journey.


    Although solo trips can be incredible for self-growth, group travel can really push you forward. Learn more about Chrystal’s recent travel adventures, dealing with triggers, and the benefits of being around others who are putting in the work.


    Quotes
    • “Solo travel is amazing, and a lot of self-discovery can be done. But truly working on things, I believe, requires exposure.” (12:19-12:30 | Chrystal)
    • “If we're focused solely on an issue that requires an external thing, and then we take that external thing away, then we don't know how to gauge our progress with it. Which is why group travel will show you what you still need to work on.” (13:06-13:29 | Chrystal) 
    • “Certain people can drag me into their negativity, and I need to look at that because that's not who I want to be.” (18:27-18:34 | Chrystal) 
    • “It is so different when you're in a room with people working on themselves who have dedicated their lives to working on themselves. It is different because everyone walks into that room owning their shit.”  (20:10-20:24 | Chrystal) 
    • “If you haven't gone on a group trip before, it might not be a bad idea. Because then you get to see those parts and pieces of yourself that are being poked and activated differently than what you're probably used to.” (22:49-23:06 | Chrystal)





    Connect with Chrystal:
    http://chrystalrose.com/
    https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/
    https://www.instagram.com/selfloveforbreakfastclub/
    To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.

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    • 27 min
    [Girlfriend Chat] Defining Healthy Masculinity with Deb McCollum

    [Girlfriend Chat] Defining Healthy Masculinity with Deb McCollum

    Do you believe masculinity equates to aggression? Are you unsure of the real differences between beta and alpha males?


    On today’s girlfriend chat, Deb returns to discuss dating and masculinity. To be masculine, many men believe they must be pushy, dominant, and intimidating. However, those are beta qualities stemming from insecurity rather than a true sign of manliness. In actuality, alpha males are quietly confident and demonstrate kindness to others without the toxic behaviors commonly associated with men today.


    Despite societal misconceptions, masculinity can be positive. Learn more about Deb’s experience with a beta male, masculine and feminine energetics, and what an alpha male truly is. 


    Quotes
    • “People have a misconception on what it means to be an alpha male versus a beta male, and maybe people don't even know that that is even a thing.” (13:30-13:39| Deb)
    • “When a man is an alpha male, he doesn't need to puff up and show you he's dominant. He just is.” (17:38-17:49| Chrystal)
    • “It's not alpha to bully someone or try to push someone to do something they don't want to do.” (21:18-21:24| Chrystal)
    • “I think people genuinely are confused and think to be alpha means being forward and confrontational. People have that misconception.” (21:41-21:56| Deb)
    • “Why do men feel the need to posture, peacock, or puff their chest out? Is it a societal thing? Is it a history thing?” (37:46-38:00| Deb)



    Connect with Chrystal:
    http://chrystalrose.com/
    https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/
    https://www.instagram.com/selfloveforbreakfastclub/
    To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.

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    • 42 min
    [Solo Sesh] How to Stop Doubting Yourself

    [Solo Sesh] How to Stop Doubting Yourself

    Do you struggle with self-confidence? Do you doubt yourself in everything you do?


    Like all of us, Chrystal has a voice in her head that makes her feel undeserving of success. However, she also recognizes that those thoughts are not the truth. By walking through her achievements as a business owner and coach, Chrystal can push aside her doubts and see herself for the badass she truly is. Once we recognize that self-doubt is a response to fear, we can allow ourselves to grow.


    There will always be a judgy little voice in your head, but you don’t have to listen to it. Learn more about Chrystal’s approach to coaching, dealing with self-doubt, and how your brain creates problems that aren’t there.



    Quotes
    • “I want to show up and hold space, guide, mentor, coach, and help women live these rockin’ lives that they thought wasn't even possible.” (5:05-5:14| Chrystal)
    • “I've been living my whole life to get here. I have hopped on every lily pad. Every business, job, and relationship I've had has ultimately led me to guide other human beings through life.” (14:56-15:16| Chrystal) 
    • “Many people get stuck constantly trying to solve problems their brain has just created because there aren't any. ” (20:27-20:35| Chrystal) 
    • “Our brains are not always speaking the truth here.” (21:10-21:14| Chrystal) 
    • “Growth does not happen without a little bit of fear. There's got to be fear. There's got to be uncertainty, and there's got to be a risk. Otherwise, we'd all be these enlightened evolved humans.” (25:00-25:17| Chrystal)


    Connect with Chrystal:
    http://chrystalrose.com/
    https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/
    https://www.instagram.com/selfloveforbreakfastclub/
    To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.

    Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm 

    • 32 min
    [Interview] The Value of Love with Hibby Bartlett

    [Interview] The Value of Love with Hibby Bartlett

    “I'm going to put value back into what they say is the most valuable thing: love,” explains Hibby Bartlett, Founder of World LOVEbank. After losing her brother to addiction, Hibby realized the importance of saying, “I love you.” This tragedy led her to create the app World LOVEbank, where she has built a resource that allows others to give and receive love.


    Hibby is the kind of person who wants to remind people that they are lovable no matter what. In a challenging world that prioritizes feelings of hate, it may seem like good things aren’t possible. By utilizing her app to create conversations around love and affirmations, Hibby demonstrates that better things are out there if you seek them.


    Although love is seemingly intangible, there are ways to spread it to those who need it. Learn more about World LOVEbank, the personal accountability of self-love, and why you need to feel to heal.


    Quotes
    • “My goal is to connect with as many people as possible in life and to help people stay connected with others. So to bring love and the feeling of peace in their lives.” (1:26-1:40| Hibby) 
    • “I'm going to put value back into what they say is the most valuable thing: love. And in that way, we can grow our bank. You can grow your savings account with those personal ones from people you care about most.”  (8:48-8:59| Hibby)
    • “You have to feel to heal. If you don't allow yourself to feel the feelings, you can never actually move through them and get to the other side.” (24:16-24:22| Chrystal)
    • “If you spend your time judging other people, your subconscious mind will tell you, “If I am judging other people, therefore, they have the right to judge me.” (28:46-29:00| Hibby)
    • “There's our conscious mind and our subconscious mind. We have to be the warden of our minds. Whatever we're thinking out here, it'll implant into our subconscious.” (36:13-36:20| Hibby)


    Connect with Hibby Bartlett:
    http://www.worldlovebank.com/


    Connect with Chrystal:
    http://chrystalrose.com/
    https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/
    https://www.instagram.com/selfloveforbreakfastclub/
    To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.

    Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm 

    • 38 min
    [Solo Sesh] Release Yourself from the Pressure of Your Plan

    [Solo Sesh] Release Yourself from the Pressure of Your Plan

    Do you have a goal that you’re determined to meet? Do you exhaust yourself trying to achieve it?


    When we have an objective, whether getting a new job or finding a romantic partner, we often burn out trying to make it happen. We tend to stick to the rigid plan we laid out for ourselves, believing it’s the only way to make our dreams come true. Today, Chrystal shares the value of letting go of how we want to achieve our goals and evaluating what we truly want. Instead of shutting ourselves down, she encourages listeners to be open to new ways of doing things that may lead them down a better path.


    Although it may seem counterproductive, sometimes you just have to discard the plan and embrace the possibilities. Learn more about how Chrystal met her husband, her step back from personal development, and why you should have a high energetic standard for yourself. 


    Quotes
    • “If you're trying to heal or improve, doing it from your brain is not the move.” (14:24-14:30 | Chrystal)
    • “In my world, when I find a better way and something I want to do, I will burn everything else to the ground.” (18:12-18:20 | Chrystal)
    • “I was at a point in my life where I didn't know what I needed. I had no idea exactly how to get where I wanted to go. I just knew where I wanted to go. And I knew that I was willing to do whatever it took to get there.” (19:30-19:46 | Chrystal)
    • “It's not just about not looking. It's about holding a high energetic standard for yourself while you continue to live and find joy in your everyday life.” (22:57-23:07 | Chrystal)
    • “Hold the standards of what you truly want, what you truly desire, what you will not settle for, and then let in the universe and your intuition. Let all of that stuff do its magic.” (24:03-24:16 | Chrystal)


    Connect with Chrystal:
    http://chrystalrose.com/
    https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/
    https://www.instagram.com/selfloveforbreakfastclub/
    To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.

    Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm 

    • 25 min
    [Girlfriend Chat] Say Goodbye to Gym Guilt with Deb McCollum

    [Girlfriend Chat] Say Goodbye to Gym Guilt with Deb McCollum

    Do you feel pressure to exercise even when you’re on vacation? Do you punish yourself for simply needing a fitness break?


    On today's Girlfriend Chat, Deb returns to discuss letting go of gym guilt. Feeling ashamed for not working out on a trip or during your typical week is easy. However, Chrystal and Deb are not afraid to point out that that’s disordered behavior. Exercise should be for helping yourself feel better and is not a reflection of your value. Ultimately, no matter what the scale says, you’re still a person who deserves self-love.


    Working out may be fantastic, but our self-worth is not tied to our waistline. Learn more about Deb and Chrystal’s relationship to exercise, dealing with burnout, and accepting your body at every weight.



    Quotes
    • “It's hard not to tie your looks, weight, measurements, and all of that to your self-worth. Because it's not just an internal thing, it's a societal thing. That's what we've been taught. (12:26-12:39 | Chrystal)
    • “Even though we've done so much work on ourselves, we constantly have to talk to ourselves and tell ourselves, “It's okay to feel this way.” (13:31-13:42 | Deb)
    • “You're working out because it makes you feel better. You're not working out because you're trying to be like the tiniest, prettiest, coolest, or whatever.” (18:03-18:12 | Deb) 
    • “We can't change until we accept what's here.”  (21:11-21:15 | Chrystal)
    • “Why are you beating yourself up after a week of not working out? You’re beautiful. It's fine.” (23:38-23:44 | Deb)



    Connect with Chrystal:
    http://chrystalrose.com/
    https://www.selflovebreakfastclub.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/xtalrose/
    https://www.instagram.com/selfloveforbreakfastclub/
    To join our Self Love Breakfast Club text community, text SLBC to 704-270-6577.

    Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

saradoane ,

love this show!

listen on my morning walks, before breakfast, lol!

emilybuchertx ,

will inspire you to be the baddest version of yourself!

Self Love for Breakfast is the best podcast to start your day with! Self love is something we all could use alittle help with and Chrystal is the perfect person to inspire and motivate you to build a strong and healthy relationship with yourself! I look forward to it every week! Xo

abbey.1213 ,

Amazing perspectives!!

I absolutely love this podcast! It really makes you dive deep into the why of all that you do. I always take away so much from every episode.

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