Mind Detective Goes Face to Face for Women’s Health Week
Women are at a crucial point in time, we have strategies available to assist in changing self perception, and moving towards a healthy mind body balance. Times have changed, women no longer need to be influenced by the negative connotations presented to them. We no longer need to subscribe to the body-hate messages! It is time to be healthy, experience joy, happiness and to unlock our potential
As Australia launches into Women’s Health week, world renown author and confidence specialist Maggie Wilde is getting set to release a new concept for women online, called ‘Ask Maggie.’
Maggie, or the neuro-guru as some have coined her, has spent decades researching, studying and implementing techniques initiating positive change in women’s lives at an exciting rate; with a focus.
The concept was sparked when Maggie researched mental health and the inner critic thinking habits of young women. New evidence emerged in the last 12 months highlighting the negative impact social media platforms are having on women’s self esteem and self-perception. For a while Maggie was faced with the same question when counselling and guiding clients: “What would it take to love your body?”
The Study by University of NSW showed a growing concern regarding comparative body image and the link with social media. It appears Social media is the place many people go to in order to compare themselves, relying on this as a form of critique. The really concerning data is that the number of women doing this is steadily rising. When the study emerged Maggie joined the dots and realised the need for action.
Maggie’s work includes helping people to be their very own emotional eating detective; through reflecting on questions such as: How much food is too much? Why do I eat when I am stressed? Why do I eat when I am bored? Why do I feel out of control when I eat? And not just challenges in the relationship to food, Maggie also addresses stress reduction, healthy mind modelling, self esteem, unhealthy thought patterns and new thought patterns. Re-wiring can be achieved with some incredible results. So it started to make sense to Maggie that the brain re-training, the ‘re-fire to re-wire’ techniques could be translated into a positive interaction on social media giant Facebook.
The concept has taken face-to-face interactions to a whole new level. Facebookers will be able to tune into the Maggie Wilde - The Potentialist Facebook page at various times a week and ‘Ask Maggie.’ Maggie then spends 1 minute answering a selected question with an engaging blend of honesty, knowledge from her own personal journey as well as her professional career. The promise to those who don’t get answers then and there? She will answer them either by email or messenger.
“Women are at a crucial point in time, we have strategies available to assist in changing self perception, and moving towards a healthy mind body balance. Times have changed, women no longer need to be influenced by the negative connotations presented to them. We no longer need to subscribe to the body-hate messages! It is time to be healthy, experience joy, happiness and to unlock our potential. Every single human on this planet has amazing potential; its making a choice to activate it and knowing how to take that step. Just like seeing those statistics made me reflect; then act. How can I help women gain the health they deserve? And Ask Maggie was born!”
This dynamic new Q&A is the next step from webinars and e-book interaction with the best selling author set to open the hearts and minds of the public.
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