There wasn’t a day that went by that I didn’t worry about food. I was constantly monitoring what I was eating. If I wasn’t monitoring, I was binging to balance out the days of restricting. I was worried about eating too much and wondering how much food I could ‘get away’ with eating that would keep me losing weight or at status quo.
I remember one morning waking up after a binge and feeling so worthless and defeated. I had no idea how I was gonna turn around my fight with food the night before. Surely food wasn’t my friend. I had a love/hate relationship with food. Ultimately, I believed that food was out to make me fat and I was afraid of it. So, that morning I cursed myself and food. I vowed to just not eat. I wouldn’t eat for as long as I possibly could. And I when I did eat, I committed to it being different this time. I would conquer this food obsession and eat like a ‘normal’ person.
As you can imagine, it didn’t turn out so good. My fasting led me to another binge which led to over-exercising which led to another binge. And the cycle continued.
Obviously, my relationship with food was dysfunctional and quite painful.
It has taken years of recovery to turn that painful relationship with food into a pleasurable one. Sometimes I can’t believe that I am actually okay with food. That I don’t suffer from dieting, restricting, binging, purging, etc.
This is why I know you can heal too.
In this video, I share with you 5 Steps to turn Pain into Pleasure with your food. This is a sneak peak of the content in The Pleasure Plan. I am excited to share this with you.
If you are struggling with your body and food, don’t wait to turn it around. You can have more pleasure, peace and relief in your life. I can show you how.
Email me to see if The Pleasure Plan is right for you. If it isn’t, that’s okay. At least I had the opportunity to support you more.