I know you.
You’re smart, hard-working, fun, and have so many things going for you. Maybe it’s a great job, a loving family, a kick-ass social life, or all of the above. On the outside, your life seems great.
Yet, on the inside, you’re miserable.
You’re sick of having thoughts of dieting consume your days. You’re tired of struggling with your weight, battling those “I hate my body” thoughts, and feeling like you just can’t get a handle on your food and eating.
You feel like a failure each time you lose weight and gain it back. You just want to eat “normally” and feel at ease in your body.
You’ve tried everything and nothing has worked.
Are you ready to stop struggling and find freedom around food, feel comfortable in your skin, and become, well…”normal” around food? I can help you get there.
Weekly Blog Post
Are you plagued by the “I hate seeing pictures of myself” syndrome?? Today, I'm diving into how to stop criticizing yourself in photos.
Do you look at every single picture you take and scrutinize your flaws, analyze your imperfections, criticize your faults, then sigh, and think that you're just disgusting and there’s no hope for you?
Well, my dear, I have a new way for you to approach looking at photos of yourself.
I used to agonize over every single pic of myself. I’d notice my hair that was flipped out in a weird way, my nose that seemed crooked, my one tooth that was sticking out, my skin which looked awful, my stomach that looked fat at that angle…and on and on it went.
It's crazy that I can look at any picture over the years and immediately place it on the “where I was in my all-over-the-place relationship with food/body” spectrum…
“That’s the picture when I was on my ‘I don’t eat processed anything’ diet, lost my period, and was rail thin”
"Oh that's the photo where I gained like 30 pounds and looked bloated and fat"
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