9 ways to turn self-criticism into compassion [Podcast]

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9 ways to turn self-criticism into compassion [Podcast]

Are you fed up with the constant battle around food and weight? Are you always putting yourself down and being hyper-critical?

When that little voice inside our head is harsh, it can trigger feelings of shame, guilt, and self-doubt, which makes us more likely to turn to food as a way of coping.

There’s one way to break the cycle: turn that critic into a friend. In this episode, I help you cultivate a more positive and self-affirming mindset. We discuss how to:

⭐️ Flip the script on negative self-talk
⭐️ Truly be a friend to yourself
⭐️ Create a new comfort zone
⭐️ Banish the guilt
And more!

Don't miss this helpful episode!


 The Author


Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a psychoanalyst, author and radio host specializing in binge eating disorder. She is the author of The Binge Cure: 7 Steps to Outsmart Emotional Eating and Food for Thought: Perspectives on Eating Disorders, and co-editor of Beyond the Primal Addiction. She hosts The Dr. Nina Show radio program on LA Talk Radio.

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