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.
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What's the biggest source of anxiety and angst on this path? Feeling obsessed with food. Feeling like every moment of every day is spent planning, counting, scheming, and dreaming of what you can/can't eat next.
One of the main reasons I realized I had a problem with food was the moment I thought to myself: I can't stop thinking about food all damn day. It literally consumes my life.
It surely can't be "normal" to be eating pancakes for breakfast (on a day I wasn't dieting), while planning what I could eat for lunch.
And then during my lunch break, getting giddy at the thought of the brownies I could sneak from the break room (because this was an "I can have whatever I want" day).
While driving home from work, I'd be scheming about how I could eat a bowl of ice cream later on that night...
It felt like I spent all of my waking hours thinking about food.
I remember the first thing I told my therapist the day I walked into her office:Read the full post...