By Catherine Anaya, July 24, 2019
I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Felicia on television about fitness and nutrition but this is the first time we’ve had the chance to have an in-depth conversation of our mutual struggles with bulimia and body dysmorphic disorder.
Felicia talks about her relationship with food and her body and how her attitude shifted when she became a professional fitness competitor. The scale and the gym began to control her life, leading to health setbacks that served as a wake-up call for her.
Today Felicia is at her healthiest from the inside out. She talks about how she developed a healthier attitude toward food, fitness, her body and her mental health.
She also provides some tips for navigating potential triggers on social media and how we as parents can raise our children to develop healthy relationships with food, their bodies and their overall health.
Plus, you’ll learn how Felicia is inspiring others with her authentic posts on social media, her online coaching and her own podcast, the Diet Dropout.
She founded her business to help people create the financial strength necessary for achieving their dreams and Building Money Power as we call her segment.
She shares how being raised by a single mother helped shape her passion for teaching women how to create their own financial empowerment…plus, her thoughts on why people fear money; how you can begin to achieve financial security; and why she believes you don’t have to be wealthy to be wise.
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