What does disordered eating and body image protect you from? Do the constant thoughts distract you from thinking about or feeling about other parts of your life? Does it
You are not “bad” for wanting a cupcake! The problem with labeling food as “good” or “bad” is that you start to make yourself “good” or “bad” based on
I’m often asked, “Why do I need to feel my feelings… what good will it do?” My response is: How can you not. The only option if you don’t
“Feeling your feelings makes you feel alive” – Food is not the enemy client Emotions are one of the most natural states of being we have. To stuff them
If you could stop your negative self-talk right now and rarely ever do it (never is not possible), you wouldn’t have issues with food or your body.
The benefit of having an eating disorder is that you can learn to listen to it. It has so much to teach you about what’s bothering you and what
I often hear people tell me they wish they had a drug or alcohol addiction so they could just stop using or drinking. They believe it’s harder when it’s
If you knew for sure that you could be healthy no matter your body size, would you still want to be thin? Is it really about health, as you
What if your hunger could talk? What would it say? What does it want you to know? Take a breath right now and ask your hunger what it wants.
Food is not the enemy, shame is. Shame is believing that you are rotten to your core. Dieting and eating perfect are only ways to try your best to
Join her Monthly Group for Fitness Health and Help Others at the Same Time As an Activewear designer, I have always been inspired by movement and the beauty of aiding the body in performance.