Trust Yourself With Food

 

One of the biggest challenges with ending the suffering with food is the willingness to trust yourself, to trust what you want and need without channeling all your different hungers through what you eat. When you don’t treat yourself with tenderness, when you aren’t willing to listen to the deepest hungers of your heart, you (and all of us) have a tendency to skip over the true needs and go immediately to food. And in the process, convince yourself that you can’t be trusted.
  • What does it take to trust yourself with food? To know that if you are in a room with a box of cookies, and aren't hungry, you won't hear them calling to you (and be compelled to answer the call!).
  • How can you free yourself from the ongiong, painful fear of overeating? From the fear that left to your own devices, you will never stop.
  • What's the difference between self-acceptance and self-indulgence?
  • And, since how we eat is how we live, how do you trust your other hungers for contact, for solitude, for pleasure?
All these questions (and more) are answered in this 40-minute talk. Click on the player below to listen now:

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