In episode 19 we talk about and discuss the topics of guilt and shame. We talk about how your thought process and your moral code determines how/when you feel guilty. We talk about how there are times that guilt can be a good thing but how when these feelings of guilt and shame surround food or exercise or your mental health and well being that can become harmful or dangerous. Jacqueline shares some tips that she has been using to cope with the guilt she sometimes feels from her food choices. We talk about how it is important to love yourself no matter what so that you can move on from your past choices and decisions. When you allow those feelings to dominate you you stay stuck in that negative place. It is important to learn to use positive self-reflection and forgiveness so that you can continue on the path to reaching your goals. We hope you enjoy this episode and look forward to any feedback that you would like to share.
Thanks for listening, and remember It's Never Too Late to Fly!
Jacqueline has an incredible journey to share. She found herself weighing over 500 pounds followed by losing more than 300 pounds. She has also gone through several skin removal surgeries. Jacqueline started sharing her Journey in 2016 and has yet to look back. She is has had her story shared with many national and international media outlets. She is looking forward to the podcast being a place where she can spread her words of encouragement as well as share some of the details that have gotten her to where she is today.
For more information about Jacqueline check out the links below.
YouTube: Jacqueline's Journey
Technology and Sports have always been some of Kevin's biggest interests. His passion for technology led to him helping Jacqueline with producing the content for her blog, social media, and YouTube. After being a long time podcast listener he decided it was time for the two of them to co-host a podcast to dive deeper into the topics and content that she was already sharing. Kevin had a front-row seat to Jacqueline's Journey which gives him a unique perspective and insight that he is looking forward to sharing on the podcast.