Being mindful and connecting to your intuitive self is a daily aim for eating disorder recovery. Eating mindfully and intuitive eating allows you to stay aligned with viewing food as fuel and a source of pleasure and nourishment. The holidays provide an Ooey-gooey, Bitter-sweet opportunity for being in practice with mindfulness and your intuition….
How to Redirect Emotional Food Cravings in 3 Steps and Improve your Intended Relationship with Food
Recovery is an Act of Remembering Who You Are on an Individual Soul Level This is one of my core messages when it comes to being in recovery. Most of us spend half of our lives downloading a message, the model of how to relate to ourselves and the outer world, and we spend the…
5 Solutions to Stop the Restrict, Binge, and Repeat Cycle of Emotional Eating
Blackout Zone of Shame Driving home from work you find yourself mindlessly heading to what you have come to know as the blackout zone of shame. You can feel in your body the lurking urge to binge, even though you said it would be the last time, the last time. But… You didn’t eat breakfast…
Three-Strategies to Ending Self-Criticism in Early Recovery and Implementing a Daily Practice to Amp Your Vibe
If you are new in recovery or need to get into a more recovery-based mindset you likely struggle with self-criticism. You have probably asked yourself before, “Why do I have thoughts that are so negative about myself and why can’t I get out of the repetitive cycle of being my own worst critic?” Before you…