Get dumped, reach for a pint of ice cream. Here's why your brain tells you to grab a spoon.
It's because 'normal' eaters don't have food rules. They know it's a holiday period. 2. Give Yourself Unconditional Permission
Nope again- that would make them physically uncomfortable and normal eaters avoid that feeling when they can. Plus- they
I have a very vivid memory of the first time I ever experienced shame over eating too much (or, at least, the first episode
Janice: Can you tell us a little bit about each of the four sections of the book? Andrea: The book was written for adolescents
The problem is that diets don't work for permanent weight loss, for 95% or so of people who try it. This has been well documented
This journey which frees you from dieting, leads you right into yourself - into your life, into your deepest self, into your precious heart. And that cannot be gained from any diet.
You're mired in a weight obsessed culture Avoidance is an option! Avoiding won't work long term, and it's not healthy to
The biggest challenge for me was avoiding unhealthy snacks (or any snacks) late at night, after a long day of work. I would put my kids to bed, and sit down at my laptop to continue to do work. Then the cravings would hit.
It turns out, I can. Me. But you can bet I felt it, every single time, without fail. You can bet a part of me shrunk into