On Monday Morning
When we started posting photographs with quotes from my books on Facebook and Pinterest, many of you wrote and asked if I’d put together a book of these. Instead of a book, though, we’re going to send them out as a gift, and hopefully, a lovely way to begin your week: On Monday Morning. Enjoy!
Somebody at one of my retreats said once, “I get a gold star for choosing this.” But the thing is that there is no one in the sky giving gold stars. Nobody’s giving you a gold star for doing it right. I mean, maybe you’ll get a promotion at work. That’s great. But if you’re […]
The Cookie Burglar: Stop Binge Eating
A few years ago, I worked with a woman who had decided to stop her nighttime bingeing by locking her food in cabinets and giving her husband the key. “It sounded like a perfect plan,” she said, “until I spent the hours after my husband went to sleep searching through his pockets, his drawers, and […]
How to Eat Less and Enjoy More
A few years ago, I was working on my laptop, developing a new workshop program, when one of my favorite series of all time came on TV — Pride and Prejudice (the one starring Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy, although let’s be frank: Is there any other?). So I nestled into the couch, preparing to […]
Feed Your Soul
There are some things in life you take for granted: Your children will outlive you. No matter how tough it gets, you won’t poison your spouse with arsenic-laced toothpaste. And if you have a best friend, you will attend her wedding. But life sometimes upsets our most basic assumptions. And although I haven’t resorted to […]
The Big Bad
Most of us are attached to our pain. Why? Because we’ve had it for so long. And we’ve made an identity out of it: “I’m somebody whose mother didn’t love her.” “I’m somebody whose father left.” I could feel this recently when I saw my own mother. I was with my best friend from college, […]
Get Started with Geneen
Welcome to our website — and most especially to using your relationship with food as a doorway to immense peace and unshakeable joy (and really, who doesn’t want those?). There is no right way to begin; it’s all about you, your needs, and where you find yourself at this moment.
The Sweet Still Space
Recorded live, this series of 30-minute guided meditations is the perfect way to start or end your day as Geneen gently guides you to orient, ground and center yourself.
On Retreat with Geneen
What happens at a retreat — when you are away from your day-to-day life — is an unfolding that cannot happen or would take years longer to happen otherwise. After a few days, the membrane that separates you from yourself and your deepest longings begins to dissolve … and you move into the life you long for.
Women Food and God Online Course 1: The Principles
You can stop struggling. You can end your battle with food. Beginning here. Beginning now. Learn to use Geneen’s time-tested, proven process and tools to help you achieve the goals that you desire and deserve. Turn your painful relationship with food into one of freedom, joy and peace.
Lost and Found
“A compelling, gorgeously written, searing, funny, and utterly inspiring book. You won’t be able to put Lost and Found down and when you’ve finished it, your relationship with money will never be the same.” – Lynne Twist, author of The Soul of Money
Women Food and God Online Course 2: The Eating Guidelines
Part Two of the Women Food and God Online Course goes into exquisite detail on the If Love Could Speak (to you about food) Guidelines. So many people equate not dieting with bingeing but they are not the same. It matters whether you eat junk food all day and feel depressed. It matters whether what you eat enlivens you or makes you lethargic. In this online course, food myths are deconstructed, and you discover how to eat what your body (not your mind) wants as a peaceful relationship with food becomes your day-to-day reality.
The Craggy Hole in My Heart ….
“This is a totally brilliant book — beautiful and fierce and sweet, and at times very funny. Geneen Roth walks boldly, bravely into the excruciating truth of love’s losses, and life’s losses, and the healing gift of an open heart. She renders each moment of this tale with illumination and flair, astonishing psychological and spiritual insight, and gorgeous writing. I was utterly blown away.” – Anne Lamott, author of Operating Instructions