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Tag Archives: overeating
Transformation is possible
Whenever I’m feeling overwhelmed with the amount of growth and healing I still have to do, as I am today, I think about how far I’ve come and how much I’ve transformed over the past two decades. That gives me … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged emotional overeating, Love Coach, overeating, selfharm, selflove 1 Comment
From breakdown to breakthrough
As I prepare to celebrate my 50th birthday on Saturday, I’ve been reflecting on my milestone birthdays to date and the breakdowns and breakthroughs that have accompanied them. On my 10th birthday, I was dealing with feelings that I had … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged addiction, Breakdown, Breakthrough, Childfree, Childless, childless not by choice, Childlessness, Eating Disorders, fifty, grief, Loss, overeating, Recovery 4 Comments
Overcompensating for low self-worth
Do you overcompensate because you don’t feel good enough? Do you do too much, work too hard, clean too thoroughly or spend too long worrying about your appearance because you don’t feel worthy or acceptable as you are? I definitely … Continue reading
Posted in Addiction, codependency, Eating disorders, Health, Perfectionism, Recovery, Relationships, Self-Acceptance, Women, Work Tagged Breakdown, Burnout, Codependency, Eating Disorders, overeating, Relationships, retreat, self-love Leave a comment
Turning it around
I posted this picture in my Facebook group, Being Real, Becoming Whole, the other week and I wanted to share what I wrote with you too, as well as to remind myself of the magic that can happen when I … Continue reading
Posted in Eating disorders, Fun, Health, Positive thinking, Recovery, Women Tagged Comfort eating, Eating Disorders, Endorphins, overeating, sea swimming, self-care, self-love 2 Comments
Wouldn’t it be great if we could take shortcuts – if we could get where we wanted to go with a click of our fingers or make things happen with a twitch of our nose (anyone remember Bewitched from years … Continue reading
Posted in Addiction, Body Image, codependency, Eating disorders, Happiness, Relationships, Women Tagged addiction, Alcoholics Anonymous, anorexia, bulimia, diet, dieting, diets, Eating Disorders, overeating, Recovery 2 Comments
Is it OK to be me?
I got home late last night and glanced at what I’d written on yesterday’s blog. I do this now and again, after posting – I check back to see if my writing flowed and whether I said anything of interest … Continue reading
Posted in Eating disorders, Faith, Self-Acceptance, Trust, Uncategorized, Women, Work Tagged anxiety, CBT, Faith, overeating, publishing, The Baby Gap, Trust 4 Comments