Are You Nourishing Yourself?

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that nourishing yourself is so much more than what you eat.

Learning to Love My Body—All of It

Take active measures to heal your body dissatisfaction and I promise that over time, it will get easier.

My Friend Is a Picky Eater

Notice a recent change in a loved one's eating habits? Here's when you should become concerned.

3 Ways to Balance Your Food and Your Mood

A depressed mood can be the result of many things, but it is often a sign that your basic needs are not being met.

What Does It Mean to Nourish Yourself?

What does nourishment mean to you? How can you nourish yourself each day?

Loving Your Body Through a Chronic Illness

Gratitude will change the way you see your body for the better

How to Begin Healing Your Body Shame

When did your body shame start?

Do You Love Your Body?

Poor relationships with food, our bodies, and ourselves tend to develop from a perfect storm of events and feelings.

Are You Your Own Worst Enemy When It Comes to Food?

Although I call this internal chatter the Inner Food Critic, he or she doesn’t necessarily have to be outwardly critical of you.

Fall in Love with You This Valentine's Day

Do you love, honor, and respect yourself? Unconditionally?

Is There a Hole in Your Sidewalk?

How to get of the hole you keep falling into.

What if You Were Perfect As You Are?

Where have you felt broken? Are you ready to change?

How I Turned BodyShame Into BodyLove

4 steps I used to heal my relationship with food, my body, and myself

Heal Your Relationship with Food and Your Body

Is food your best friend or your worst enemy? What if it didn't have to be either?

Is it Food Allergy, Food Intolerance, or Restrictive Eating?

Do you bloat after eating certain foods? It might be food intolerance.

4 Steps to End Emotional Eating

Is food your best friend and your worst enemy? It doesn't have to be this way.

The Meaning of Size

With the average American model meeting the criteria for anorexia nervosa and the average American female being classified as overweight, no wonder we are seeing a rise in body dissatisfaction and eating disorders as women hit middle age (40s to 60s).

Should You Use a Fitness Tracker?

The downside to fitness trackers

The Return of My Eating Disorder

The slippery slope of eating disorder recovery

How To Survive the Holidays with Your Sanity (and Waistline)

Ahhh…. The holiday season is upon us. Time to relax, kick back, and enjoy ourselves. Only for many of us, the holidays represent more of a time to freak out, eat too much, and feel guilty, which makes the holidays not so enjoyable.

A Vegan Goes Paleo

Why I decided to go off my vegan diet

I’m Not Stressed Out, This Is Just My Life!

Why cortisol may be your most important hormone when it comes to weight loss

Can You Ever Fully Recover From an Eating Disorder?

ED sufferers and therapists seem to agree that you can be “in recovery,” but are you ever really recovered?

I Need to Lose Weight, so I’ll Just Skip Breakfast

Breakfast skipping is among the most common weight loss strategies my clients try before they walk through my door. It never works for any of them.

Depression and Body Dissatisfaction in Midlife Women

Why are we comparing ourselves to something that is not realistically attainable for most women?

Tired of Dieting?

How to get back to a natural, healthy way of eating

Walking the Thin Line of Exercise Addiction

At what point does a healthy relationship with movement turn into an exercise addiction?

Need Another Reason Not to Diet?

Think your dieting and body dissatisfaction isn't affecting your kids? Think again. In this case, actions really do speak louder than words....

How Do I Improve My Relationship with Food?

Do you ever feel like you're in a battle with your food and it's winning? Here's how to put a halt to your war with food before someone gets hurt.

Cleaning Out My Closet

How to decide what to keep, what to toss, and what you never should have bought in the first place.

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