It is a choice of how to focus. What to give your attention to. Your attention is the most valuable and powerful asset you have. Your attention has the power to change your world, and change THE world.
Another complicating factor in disordered eating patterns is the use of food as, not only fuel for our bodies, but as a reward or punishment. It’s easy to justify that extra piece of chocolate cake if “we’ve had a hard day at work” or to punish ourselves for not working out by not allowing ourselves any cake at all. Our relationship with food…[Read more]
A phrase I hear frequently from clients is “I’ll try…” This is when I point out that by using “try” in their language, they are already building in room for not taking the actions they, themselves, have identified as necessary and important to making forward progress in their goals. It often leads to a fruitful discussion about internal and…[Read more]