The 10 Daily Habits That Foster Intuitive Eating

Part 1: Shake it up If you are feeling stuck in recovery, perhaps it’s time to shake things up! Do something different that makes you uncomfortable and see what happens. Perhaps it means leaning into some fears that you’re holding on to around eating. (Hello, fear foods!) Or maybe it means taking a risk somewhere […]

March 15, 2019

Feeling stuck in your recovery? What to do about it here…

Don’t think about purple elephants.  Betcha just did. You’ve probably heard this before, but it’s a good reminder that when we tell ourselves not to think about something it only causes us to think about it more. And guess what?  This happens with food too.  Tell yourself you can’t have bananas and chances are you’re […]

January 22, 2019

Purple Elephants

My hubby travels sometimes for work, and pretty much every time I have a freak out moment. It’s usually something that overwhelms me with juggling work + kids (e.g. sickness, tantrums, general lack of cooperation, running late, not sleeping well, you get the point…).   I hesitate to tell him about the hard stuff, for […]

January 2, 2019

Bearing Witness to Suffering

The food, diet, wellness and healthcare industries are full of jacked up disordered eating propaganda.  And so much of it has become covert dieting messages in disguise.   What I especially can’t stand about all of this hoopla is that it lures people in so easily with the use of pseudo-science, creative marketing, flashy products, […]

December 6, 2018

5 Food-related phrases that need to go out of style

The holidays impart all sorts of additional challenges for people with eating disorders.  The seasons change, it gets dark earlier a night, our schedules are thrown off by , and all sorts of expectations are placed on us (by others and ourselves).   What if you were to step back and ask yourself, What do […]

November 16, 2018

Overeating, undereating and in between

Self-care has become quite the buzz word lately.  It’s definition has been corrupted by popular culture, to the point that it’s at times used as a joke. However, self-care is actually a really important aspect of our lives that is often overlooked.  Our success and money-driven society tells us that self-care is indulgent, lazy, and […]

September 12, 2018

Symbolic Self-Care: Why the Stories We Tell Ourselves Matter So Much

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