The overall message that I want you to receive here is one of kindness and compassion towards yourself. Your body is not a problem to be fixed. Your body is not an inconvenience to society.
So what do you do if you have people in your life who are nay sayers? Do you try to help them see your point of view and to change their minds? Or do you ignore them and just do your own thing regardless of what they think? Or do you set boundaries with them? If so, what’s the best way to set those boundaries?
Today’s episode is going to be pretty powerful. We are going to look at why you might not be making the progress you’d want to see with intuitive eating. I’ve seen a lot of people get started with intuitive eating and body acceptance and end up feeling really stuck. They’ll choose to stop dieting, and […]
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I’ve learned that most of the world around us doesn’t “get it” when it comes to having a healthy relationship with food. Even health professionals like doctors and other dietitians often give misguided advice, making health and recovery a challenge.
I love helping people uncover what it is about their bodies and about their eating that they are struggling with, and help them heal - using a non-diet approach.
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