Radical Self Love

  • 4251 Forest Park Avenue St. Louis, MO, 63108 United States

Social media, structural oppression, and busy lives, are just some of the things that send us daily messages that we are not beautiful, worthy, or lovable. It’s important for us to intentionally unpack these negative and false messages so that we can have a healthy relationship with ourselves and others. Daily practices of self love are a way to remind ourselves that we are more than what society tells us. What are the thoughts that you have about yourself? Where are those thoughts coming from? How can you reject unhelpful thoughts and replace them with ones that empower you? In this workshop we will discuss the importance of romancing yourself and accepting and loving your mind, body, and soul just as it is today. We will:

  • Learn how thoughts about yourself guide the way that you tend to behave and treat yourself
  • Discuss what the best you looks like and the qualities you would like to improve
  • Create a personalized Self Love Care Plan that will help you practice self love daily

This workshop is for Planned Parenthood's TASH (Teen Advocates for Sexual Health) Group