It can be very painful to keep eating and putting the pounds on, being very uncomfortable physically - I still have memories of binging wishing I could throw up and grateful I never went down that road - and add to all this a hefty dose of shame and self-loathing. For my clients this is a shame-filled road they walk.
With this unhealthy relationship with food and eating how can you dare trust yourself with what you need, want, or desire? How can they, YOU, be trusted?
Yet what I have found after many, many years of my own struggles and working with clients for almost 14 years is that knowing what we need, want, and desire is absolutely required in order for this to change! This is more important than any calorie count you might do*. It can be very scary to entertain this idea but what if I told you part of this unhealthy pattern is that you lost being able to know what you want, need, and desire and to get them met! Rediscovering them lets you learn how to trust yourself again. Remember that this is a process and you didn't get here overnight therefore transforming it will takes time.
To help you get started or to continue this journey I am offering Rediscovering YourSelf: How to Know What I Need, Want, and Desire. Please be my guest when you pre-register using this link and reserve your place by Friday, September 30. Seating is limited so register now!
*read the article below to find out how counting calories isn't effective for weight loss.