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Peaceful Eating
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Find YOUR solution to YOUR eating problem
Find YOUR solution to YOUR eating problem

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Especially if you're a woman, I bet you've never considered that your body has been colonised... and I don't mean by billions of bacteria that happily inhabit the surface of your skin. I mean by Beauty Standards, Diet Culture and Weight Stigma http://buff.ly/2sU6tT9

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Why is discomfort so hard for us to accept, and what is on the other side of it for us? And what might this have to do with becoming peaceful with food?
http://buff.ly/2rLH4Iq

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What to do when you 'know' you're going to have a 'bad' food day.

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You know when you want to eat - you're hungry - but actually - you know you're not physically hungry - your body isn't in need of physical nourishment? There's some other kind of hunger that wants to be satisfied...
http://buff.ly/2pvXJy0

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Resources for when you're feeling powerless over the urges for more food.
http://buff.ly/2qrow2l

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When you were growing up, what sorts of things were you told by people in your life about how you should look, what you should like or how you should behave as a girl (or boy)? What is the cost of this conditioning and how does it play out in your life NOW? http://buff.ly/2oTpWzo

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There’s a misconception that if we’re kind to ourselves, it means we’re letting ourselves off the hook, and that we’ll never change our behaviour. Somehow we’ve come to believe that kindness to ourselves will work against us. This is just not true.

http://buff.ly/2nHZQSN #selfcompassion #mindfulness

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At some point in your life, you decided that your body was wrong in some way. You were not born with that idea. It was an idea that you internalised from outside of you and came to accept as true. You then probably set about doing whatever you could to remedy its ‘wrongness’, so that your body would be more acceptable.
But why?
How did you ever get it into your head that your body was a problem?
Who gave you that idea?
http://buff.ly/2ooI0k7

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How #mindfulness can help you change your relationship with food and eating.

It's about creating internal space which gives you the opportunity to choose in a conscious way, as opposed to an automatic one - and so much more!
http://buff.ly/2m2Gv9K

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You don't have to 'seek and destroy' all the triggers in your life, before you can be peaceful with food. That would be a daunting, if not impossible task!

This is the first of a series of blogs about triggers - how focusing on them isn't always necessary - and where working with them can be helpful (all the links are at the end of the post). http://buff.ly/2mPbk1M
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