In this activity we’re going to write down some reflective questions that might be impacting our core beliefs about our body and appearance and reinforcing negative thought patterns. We’ll then spend some time re-framing and challenging them.
Gender dysphoria is a term used to describe the sense of disconnect that a person can feel between the body that they were born into, and the gender that they are. If someone’s body appears or behaves in a way that is not commonly in-step with their gender, they can experience gender dysphoria
Cultural influences can play a huge role in our sense of body confidence. From an early age we’re all exposed to a range of societal norms, beauty standards, and body ideals that can differ from culture to culture.
We now want to introduce you to two terms: confirmation bias, and negativity bias.Both Rashida and Georgia address these biases frequently in-session, and understanding how—and why—these biases arise can be really helpful. But first—what exactly are they?
This guide will address the type of relationship we can have with our bodies, how it might impact us in and outside of sexual experiences, and how we can change that relationship to help us feel more connected to ourselves and others.