37 min

Weighted Expectations: Exploring Multigenerational Beauty Standards Coloring Outside the Lines

    • Mental Health

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Body Image, rape



Can you identify the biggest influence for how you learned how your body was and wasn’t supposed to look like? For Jessica, that answer was easy. Family. The discussion of what privileges traditional beauty can offer a woman were common within her household while growing up. When looking at the historical context of her family, for good reason too. What impact does that have on a person growing up in a world where the size and shape of your body is so clearly labeled as “good” or “bad”, “desirable” or “undesirable”? Tune in to hear Jessica’s story of one such experience.

Jessica is a LCSW that offers psychotherapy services in California. Jessica specializes in assisting parents and couples improve their relationships with themselves and others. Services focus on self-compassion, mindfulness, and connecting with one's identity as it evolves through life transitions and stages. In addition to therapeutic work, Jessica provides consulting, workshop facilitation, and public speaking, as well as resources to support self-care and self-paced learning.

Click play now and help further deep, meaningful connections about conversations that are typically avoided.



Find Jessica in the following places

Instagram: @jessicahuntlcsw 

Website:www.jessicahuntlcsw.com



Resources Discussed

Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole

EMDR Therapy - https://www.emdria.org/



Be sure to stay in touch with host Brooke, on various online platforms including subscribing to our email list found on the website below!

Website: www.redbirdcounselingmn.com

Instagram, Threads, YouTube: @redbirdcounselingmn

Facebook: @redbirdcounselingmn21 



As always subscribing, leaving a review, and sharing with friends helps as continuing to reach more people. Everything helps and we thank you for your support!

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Body Image, rape



Can you identify the biggest influence for how you learned how your body was and wasn’t supposed to look like? For Jessica, that answer was easy. Family. The discussion of what privileges traditional beauty can offer a woman were common within her household while growing up. When looking at the historical context of her family, for good reason too. What impact does that have on a person growing up in a world where the size and shape of your body is so clearly labeled as “good” or “bad”, “desirable” or “undesirable”? Tune in to hear Jessica’s story of one such experience.

Jessica is a LCSW that offers psychotherapy services in California. Jessica specializes in assisting parents and couples improve their relationships with themselves and others. Services focus on self-compassion, mindfulness, and connecting with one's identity as it evolves through life transitions and stages. In addition to therapeutic work, Jessica provides consulting, workshop facilitation, and public speaking, as well as resources to support self-care and self-paced learning.

Click play now and help further deep, meaningful connections about conversations that are typically avoided.



Find Jessica in the following places

Instagram: @jessicahuntlcsw 

Website:www.jessicahuntlcsw.com



Resources Discussed

Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole

EMDR Therapy - https://www.emdria.org/



Be sure to stay in touch with host Brooke, on various online platforms including subscribing to our email list found on the website below!

Website: www.redbirdcounselingmn.com

Instagram, Threads, YouTube: @redbirdcounselingmn

Facebook: @redbirdcounselingmn21 



As always subscribing, leaving a review, and sharing with friends helps as continuing to reach more people. Everything helps and we thank you for your support!

37 min