You see the beautiful woman in the picture below? This is Lizzo! And we have way more in common than you think!
In this episode I talk about why food is a solution to the problem and not “the” problem. Karlygash calls in to share some positive insights and changes that she’s making. Josh realizes he’s being haunted by the past, when he was teased for being skinny. We discuss the difference between food addiction and eating addiction. You’re definitely going to wanna check out this episode!
See the look on this guy’s face? That’s how I feel about the gym. I hate going to the gym. Even before the pandemic, I wasn’t a fan of the gym.
I talk with Karlygash about why she’s eating cake and candy, and explore how she needs more sweetness in her life. Erin called to talk about her epiphany when it comes to wine and fun. I shared how being overly focused on productivity gets in the way of enjoying life, and why happiness can be scary. What does this have to do with food? Watch and learn!
What do you see in the picture? Two people in profile? Or a vase?
In this episode, I talk about The F word… Fat. What it means, what it is, and how to neutralize the stigma.Josh calls and discusses his loneliness and disconnection during this time of Covid. Kelley Gunter (author and co-founder of the Binge-Free Babes program) calls and talks about why she loves her “before” photo as much as her “after” photo. Karlygash discusses the impact of Lyme disease on her emotional and physical health.Find out why people are calling me the “assassin of shame” by watching today’s show!
Today, I share my hope for my country and our future, and talk about how compassion can make all the difference in your relationship with food. Karlygash explores the impact of verbal abuse on her eating habits, Josh discusses how his conflict about love is showing up with hunger.
Today, Karlygash gets to the bottom of her craving for cakes and realizes it has nothing to do with food. Josh shares his insights about being hungry after dinner, realizing what he was really hungry for (and it wasn’t food). I also answer Nicole‘s question about how to identify if you’re eating dessert because it’s yummy or because you need comfort.