Welcome back to The Girlfriend Doctor show, where we dive deep into the questions that matter most to your health and well-being. Today, we're tackling a topic that's close to my heart: how to heal a body that you hate. It's a candid discussion with my dear friend and colleague, Dr. Tabatha Barber, also known as The Gutsy Gynecologist, a true inspiration in the realm of triumph over adversity.
In this episode, we dive deep into the powerful topic of healing and loving your body, even in the face of life's challenges. Dr. Tabatha shares her remarkable journey from overcoming emotional trauma to achieving success as a physician, providing invaluable insights on gut health and overall well-being.
Join us as we uncover the secrets to self-acceptance, embracing our bodies, and cultivating the resilience to conquer obstacles. In her newly released book, "Fast to Faith," Dr. Tabatha offers a unique perspective on the mind-body connection and the transformative power of faith. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking to shift their energy, foster a positive mindset, and prioritize both physical and emotional wellness. Dr. Tabatha’s contagious passion for helping others shines through, making this conversation not only relatable but genuinely inspiring.
Tune in to discover practical strategies for navigating life's challenges with grace and gratitude. Dr. Tabatha's story is a testament to the strength that lies within each of us, and her wisdom will leave you motivated to embark on your own journey towards a healthier, more fulfilled life.
[00:03:15] Loving yourself and body image.
[00:06:14] Overcoming adversity and achieving success.
[00:10:03] Healing the soul and body.
[00:15:12] Failing marriage and hard lessons.
[00:19:11] Losing hope and finding strength.
[00:21:08] Dr. Tabitha's book "Fast to Faith."
[00:24:15] Shifting your thoughts and narrative.
[00:26:17] Gratitude and transformation.
[00:30:52] The Fast to Faith program and its impact.
[00:34:29] The Gutsy Gynecologist show.
"I would say the biggest thing that has gotten me through yet another major adversity in life is welcoming the growth and the challenge in all of it, because you can get bitter, or you can get better." [00:22:23] – Dr. Tabatha Barber
"Go hang out with people who look the way you want to look; feel the way you want to feel and function the way that you want to function because you will start to be like them." [00:29:05] – Dr. Tabatha Barber
Connect with Dr. Tabatha Barber: