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Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Victoria Garrick Browne | Embracing Authenticity, Navigating Social Media, and Learning To Have Self-Compassion!

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

#713. Join Kaitlyn Bristowe in this insightful episode of Grape Therapy as she catches up with the inspiring Victoria Garrick Browne, who shares her journey of personal growth and overcoming challenges since their last conversation in 2020.

From discussing mental health struggles as an athlete to navigating the complexities of social media authenticity, Victoria opens up about her raw experiences with body image, societal pressures, and the rise of harmful trends like 'Ozempic.' Through candid conversations, they explore the significance of self-compassion, acceptance, and finding balance in a world consumed by appearances.

Victoria's insights on maintaining relationships, managing time, and defining success offer valuable lessons for listeners seeking inspiration and motivation. From discussing favorite books to sharing deepest secrets, this episode is a testament to embracing authenticity and empowering others to pursue their dreams. Tune in for a refreshing dialogue filled with wisdom, laughter, and genuine connection.

Episode Highlights:

  • (07:40) - Raw discussion on body image struggles, authenticity, and the journey towards self-acceptance.
  • (10:37) - Discussion on the recent rise of trends like 'Ozempic' and its impact on body image perceptions and eating disorders.
  • (13:35) - Victoria's perspective on the media industry's portrayal of body image and the impact of filtered beauty standards.
  • (35:25) - Victoria discusses the importance of balance, setting boundaries, and prioritizing self-care in managing a busy life.
  • (39:00) - Victoria reflects on her proudest achievements, including her nonprofit work and her relationship with her husband.
  • (49:06) - Victoria shares her phobia of spiders.

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