If You’re Mentally Planning Your Evening Snack While Eating Dinner, it Might Mean You’re Not Satisfied

Have you ever been planning out your next meal while you’re in the middle of a current one?
Have you ever had judgments about that? “Why am I always thinking about food?” “Am I addicted to food?” “Is there something wrong with me?”

Eating Clean Isn’t Going to Solve Any of Your Problems if You’re Already Planning a Binge

Almost to the end of your January cleanse and already planning your binge for February 1st? Probably time to plan a different approach to healing your relationship with food.

Happy New Year! Today Does Not Need to be The Start of Your New Diet

Happy 2020! We made it! That’s certainly something to celebrate.

Friendly reminder that today does not need to be the start of your new diet or “lifestyle”.

Try Something Different with Your Eating this Holiday Season

It’s December once again and for many people that means over a month of holiday merriment. For some people, this time is anything but merry. It could mean going on a restrictive diet and avoiding holiday foods at parties and gatherings. It could mean secretly binging on these holiday foods after all of the guestsContinue reading “Try Something Different with Your Eating this Holiday Season”

Thanksgiving is One Day and One Meal and it Does Not Have the Power to Make or Break Your Recovery

This holiday can definitely be challenging for those recovering from an eating disorder or chronic dieting since it is so centered around food, so here is your reminder that Thanksgiving is one 24 hour day and one meal and it will not make or break your recovery.

How to Protect Your Eating Disorder Recovery During the Winter Holidays

Thanksgiving is just a few days away here in America and several other holidays are coming up in the next month. If we’re being honest, this time of year can be hard for people in recovery from anything, but especially in recovery from an eating disorder or chronic dieting.