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Find YOUR solution to YOUR eating problem
Find YOUR solution to YOUR eating problem

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Diet Culture is devoted to worshiping at the altar of thinness. For decades, I was a devotee. I bowed in deference to the rules and praised those who were succeeding. When I sinned, I confessed. I paid penance with more exercise, by eating less or cutting out food groups. Then I recommitted more time, energy and focus to the god(dess) of thinness.

I knelt before that altar and sacrificed many things, but to what avail? https://buff.ly/2RjapGj
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Diet Culture and capitalism have schooled us into craving quick results. Overall, the society we live in has taught us to believe that speed and fast results are essential. And what Diet Culture does is promise us the quick result of weight loss...

Today, however, I'd like to offer you a different sort of quick result.
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How to Get Quick Results
How to Get Quick Results
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If you want to heal your relationship with food, it's important to know how to sit with your feelings. There's a common misperception about what 'sit with the feelings' really means. Knowing this distinction can mean the difference between re-triggering the feelings or actually feeling and dealing with them... https://buff.ly/2E9fH5g
How to Sit with Your Feelings
How to Sit with Your Feelings
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The biggest reason I see people struggling with Intuitive Eating is fear of gaining weight. However, the solution to this problem is not to try for decades upon decades to become or stay a small(er) size. Nor is it to spend your life obsessing about food, your body or your health.
So what IS the solution? https://buff.ly/2P4ScLI
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We're all born knowing what, when and how much to eat. However, through body shaming, messages about food from adults and diet culture - many of us forget that innocent and child-like way of relating to food and our bodies. So, how do we get back there? https://buff.ly/2xTro9S
How To Decide What To Eat
How To Decide What To Eat
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Food brings momentary pleasure. You don't get happier the more chocolate you eat, right? So what does cultivate a deeper, more lasting happiness?
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'Eating makes me happy!' are words I often hear. It's hard to stop something you think makes you happy - not that I'm suggesting anyone stops a) eating or b) doing something that makes them happy! Nope, not me! However, if most of the pleasure and happiness in your life comes from eating, it may be valuable to explore this...

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Several times a week I notice women judging themselves as ugly having seen a photograph of themselves. It triggers diet mentality - and also binge eating. It got me wondering... What does ugly mean? What does beautiful mean? How do we define these things? And, most importantly, why is it so important to us? https://buff.ly/2LAeqXz
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Almost all of our problems with overeating come from our difficulty in being with our discomfort. But if you want to be a peaceful eater, you will have to stretch the muscles that can tolerate being uncomfortable... https://buff.ly/2mFhV0J
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I remember when I was about 8 years old, standing on my mother's bathroom scale, and thinking, 'It's too much!' Looking back at pictures of myself as a child, I was just an average looking 8 year old. Later on, 'it's too much' became 'I'm too much' - and it's a thought that shaped much of my adolescence and adulthood... https://buff.ly/2mINoiK
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