Three things that may help you change your relationship to your food — and yourself.
Reframing the messages you tell yourself may improve your success rate.
5 unconventional lessons discovered over my 8 years of marriage.
You don’t have to feel deprived, and you also don’t have to overdo it just because it’s the holidays. It’s possible to go to your holiday parties, eat, enjoy, and leave feeling just right.
These days life is moving faster than ever. You’re typing on your laptop, talking to someone on the phone, while having a secondary conversation with someone else physically right in front of you.
If you’ve ever gone on a diet and succeeded in achieving your weight loss goals, then I am willing to bet you can relate to what I am about to say. Maybe you can even guess what I am going to say because you’ve experienced one or even all three of these for yourself. You’d… Read more »
We’ve already talked about how creating good food versus bad food lists is a recipe for an unhealthy relationship with food. Now we’re going to take that one step further and talk about what to do when you get upset because you think you can’t eat the foods you want to eat if you want… Read more »
You often hear people tell you that you have to accept responsibility for where you are. Sure, this may be true for the person who sits on the couch all day and never takes that first step toward taking better care of themselves. However, this is not YOU. You are already taking action. You are… Read more »
Diet or no diet? That is the (really big) question. There are two schools of thought on this topic. On one side, you’ve got those that believe that to have self-love means that you should eat whatever you want without regard to your health or overall well being, and just accept your body exactly as… Read more »
When I tell people that having a healthy relationship with food means that you don’t restrict yourself, may of them respond by saying that if they were to tell themselves that they could eat anything that they want… they’d be afraid that they would eat doughnuts and cookies all day and get fat. If you‚’ve… Read more »
If you have problems digesting food, you’ve probably had one or many people tell you that you most likely have a food allergy, most likely to wheat or dairy.