The gift on the other side of a sugar addiction
“One of the biggest obstacles to healing a sugar addiction is shame. This shame filters how you see yourself, your cravings, and your struggles with sugar. It can lead to guilt, self blame, and isolation. But seeing your sugar struggles differently leads to new life.
“In this video, you’ll learn how to soften feelings of shame through the grieving process, and why it’s essential. There are gifts that a sugar addiction brings, and I’ll describe them. I also explain how to heal the self judgment about struggling with sugar in the first place.
“On the other side of grief is new life – new ways of eating, new behaviors with sugar. More importantly, you’ll gain a new set of eyes – new ways of thinking about and relating to yourself.”
– Karly Randolph Pitman, author Overcoming Sugar Addiction, Overcoming Sugar Addiction for Life, When Food is Your Mother, Heal Overeating: Untangled, and more.
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