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If you struggle with emotional eating and binge eating, self-trust around food is pretty much non-existent. 

You might refuse to bring your favorites in the house for fear of eating it all in one sitting - constantly on and off a diet.  Or, maybe you've given yourself full permission to eat what you want, hoping your natural appetite would kick in, but you still can't stop overeating.

When it comes to emotional eating, we've been conditioned to focus on behavior, sheer willpower and avoidance of those tempting trigger foods. 

But forcing and controlling your appetite only gets you so far before old habits slip back in and you are bingeing again.

Seconds later, the guilt and self-attacking thoughts send you down a shame spiral.  And, since you already broke your self-imposed rules, you might as well eat the rest of it.  As you're hiding the evidence and overwhelmed with self-disgust, you swear "you'll be good" tomorrow.  But we all know how that goes. 

It becomes a neverending cycle that leaves you feeling frustrated, powerless and clinging to the desperate hope that...

"If only I can get my eating under control, then everything else will be okay". 

It feels like a toxic relationship that you don't know how to exit because food seems to be the only thing that helps, also hurts.  It can be confusing when food feels like your best friend AND your enemy.

My guess is that you have spent years and hundreds (or thousands!) of dollars on diet books, programs and the latest trends to address your struggle with emotional eating, but even when you've had great results they have been temporary and fleeting, only to leave you more hopeless and demoralized than the last time. 

The good news is that...

You don't have a willpower problem.
You are not a failure.
And, there is nothing wrong with you.

It's just that the conventional advice of forcing and controlling your behavior with food is not going to get you where you want to go.  

In order to create sustainable change, we need to address the root cause of what is driving your behavior

Yes, it takes time but it's still faster than the rollercoaster of false promises and quick fixes that have gone on for decades.

As someone who is on the other side of this, I am taking a stand for doing the deep, inner work. 

No more quick fixes that lead you right back to where you started.

It's time to transform emotional eating
from the inside out. 

So that you can be Nourished and Free.
Image by Hannah Busing

"Our relationship with food is a mirror for our relationship with life."

Marc David

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