My story with food issues is pretty extreme. Back in the day I clinically fit the description for an eating disorder, but I realize that not everyone does. And just because you don’t fit that clinical description does NOT mean that you can’t have a problem with eating. So, how do you KNOW if you may have a problem with eating? I want you to take a second and ask yourself these questions:
Find Out If You Have A Problem With Eating
- Do you find yourself preoccupied with food?
- Are you meticulous with your eating schedule?
- Do you prefer to eat alone?
- Have you avoided social events because there will be food there?
- Do you feel guilty after eating foods you may view as “bad”?
- Are you cutting out entire food groups from your diet?
And this one is a kicker:
- Can you see yourself sustaining this way of eating for the rest of your life?
Is that last one a gut-punch or WHAT?
I remember thinking about my eating habits and knowing that I couldn’t do this for the rest of my life. I wanted to enjoy foods. I wanted to go to an ice cream shop with my nephews and not have an anxiety attack over the calories I was about to consume. I wanted to go to cookouts and not bring my own food. And, I am happy to say, I am now doing JUST THAT!
If you feel like you may benefit from improving your relationship with food, I want you to know that is 180% possible. I’ve done it myself and I’ve helped hundreds of women to start living life with No Food Rules- to ENJOY eating the foods that they want, when they want, without guilt, stress or anxiety. You deserve to improve your relationship with food so that you can start living the life you’re worthy of girlfriend!
Take the first step towards living a life of No Food Rules yourself by snagging a copy of my free e-book, The Ultimate 5 Step Guide To Food Freedom. It’s a complete roadmap to solve the problem with eating and get you to ENJOY it again! Grab your copy here!
Leave a comment letting me know you’ve gotten your guide, I want to celebrate you taking the first step towards a better life! So excited for you, girlfriend!
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