What does it mean to bring love into your relationship with food?
This is an idea that I explore in The Heart of Food, our foundational course, and in this video – a sample from the course materials.
In this video, we’ll explore this idea and how this perspective takes off the pressure to “fix the self.” It creates a circle of inclusion where healing, growth and ease can unfold. What a relief – there’s no “wagon to fall off.”
Wanting more hands on help?
If you liked this video, you might like The Heart of Food, a course to soften anxiety, shame and self judgment with food. If you’ve been interested in my work, but were unsure where to start, this course may be a great fit for you.
It offers help in 3 key areas:
- Softening shame, self judgment and blame around your food struggles.
- Gaining understanding and practice in caring for the key emotions and needs that drive you to food
- And growing resilience, where you feel more capable, and less victimized, by food.
What’s new about this course is that it comes with monthly, group Q&A calls for 5 months. These regular calls give you a chance to ask questions, connect with others, and get support. This is often the ‘missing piece’ that do at home courses don’t offer, and I’m glad to make regular connection a part of your journey.