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  • So many of us are actively working toward our own empowerment, and yet it has to truly be our own, otherwise it’s just a cool story, bro. Which is why I’ve just been completely drawn in by the new website WANT: Women Against Negative Talk. WANT seems to realize that, offering experiences and ideas and perspectives toward wellness, while reminding us to remain true to ourselves at every turn. I’m fighting to combat my master-level Negative Self-Talk, and this new website is helping.

    Pia Glenn, xoJane.com
  • Katie, we want you to come with us to everything. You are truly amazing and an inspirational force.

    Shelley Zalis, CEO + Founder of The Girls Lounge
  • I had reached a rock bottom period and was ready for change but didn't know where to start. Since then I have been craving this sense of community with shifted mindset and awareness of my values and just myself. Your podcast has felt like the community I have been waiting for. It has opened my eyes to so many wonderful, like-minded people, that feel like friends even though I've never once spoken to them directly. Over the past year and what felt like a never-ending road of being knocked while already being down with a very loud and constant stream of negative self-talk, I was told time and time again that I was "too sensitive." Thanks to your podcasts, tools, and resources, I now know I am highly sensitive and am learning to navigate clearer than before. I have also begun work on shifting that voice in my head and being more kind to myself in terms of body image and success. Although the work never ends, and I'm not sure I would want it to, I just wanted to say thank you. You have felt like a friend and I cannot speak enough praise of your passion and work.

    -Nikki R, reader + WANTcast subscriber
  • THANK YOU! It was a pleasure having you with us. You brought amazing, positive energy and I know your workshop was tremendously well-received. All I heard was praise, praise, praise!

    Lourdes Alvarez, Chairwoman of University Of New Haven Women's Leadership Conference
  • I can not thank you enough for what you are putting out in the world. What I love about your website and podcast is that it touches on so many amazing points. It takes effort to address negative thought patterns. There is power in learning to love ourselves not only for the great things but also our flaws. And we cannot, or at least we do not, have to go through this world alone. Thank you for providing such a wonderful source of positivity. Thank you for being you. Thank you for your work.

    Toni L.R., reader + WANTcast subscriber
  • Raise your hand if you’re a total dick to yourself sometimes? Judging your body, success, ways you could be better. It’s something I’m constantly working on. I’m so excited about this new site WANT (women against negative talk). Katie Horwitch is leading the charge with tools to stop beating ourselves up. Dive into the site, like, and share to spread the message. Thanks, Katie.

    Jessica Murnane, One Part Podcast + JessicaMurnane.com
  • I started following Katie’s career when she was writing for The Chalkboard Mag and fell in love with her beautiful ability to express herself and the difficult subjects that she tackled with such ease, eloquence, and grace. When I learned about her podcast I was so excited and it did not disappoint! I love that she is unabashedly herself on this podcast, bringing her bold personality and style to it, and that she is yet again tackling so many important issues that are not often talked about. The whole podcast is so inspiring yet real, and with each episode I listen to I feel uplifted and stronger knowing that there is a whole tribe of women out there who are going through the same things and supporting one another through it all. Thank you so much Katie for the wonderful work you are doing.

    clairemarie24, reader + WANTcast subscriber
  • Katie Horwitch, founder of WANT – Women Against Negative Self Talk, is initiating a landmark movement. On her site and podcast, she shares stories about where negativity comes from, tools for how to deal with it when it seems to swallow us whole, and ideas on how to take thoughtful action that might change the situation on the next go-around. We need this wisdom now more than ever.

    Alexa Gray, SuperFoodSuperLife.com
  • I think this is one of the most important and empowering podcasts out there for women. In a world were women are bombarded by a barrage of “what they can but to make themselves better” and “101 tips to please their man,” Katie and her guests are the strong-voiced, intelligent, and empowered voices women need to hear. Thank you Katie and keep up the good work!

    Elen T, reader + WANTcast subscriber
  • What do women want? Better bodies, a healthier diet, more happiness and endless handbags? Think again. WANT, or women against negative talk is here to shift the way we talk about just about everything. We’re obsessed with the WANT manifesto, a part of which reads: WANT redefines what it means to want your body, your love, your work, your place – what it means to want your self. We’re extremely excited to support this great cause.

  • When I found WANT, I felt like I found an emotional, motivational (and yes, almost) spiritual, community building outlet. The community of WANT is vital to anyone interested in health and wellness and I believe it’s a resource that every woman should know about. This lady knows her stuff.

    Melissa Burton, thevalentineRD.com

WANT redefines what it means to want your body, your work, your love, your community –

what it means to want your self.

WANT fiercely knows that confidence is not synonymous with vanity, that power is not synonymous with pettiness.

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