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It’s hard to say exactly when my struggle with my relationship with food and my body started. I remember being so preoccupied with food and having it consume so much of my thoughts. I would weigh myself daily in the morning and that often was a huge dictator of my mood and how I would eat that day. I would attempt to restrict what I was eating but that would eventually usually lead to overeating or bingeing. There were times when I felt out of control and thought why can’t I just have more willpower!

I had difficulty with listening and respecting my hunger and fullness cues. There were times when I didn’t really even experience hunger cues. My studies, relationships, self-esteem, career and hobbies were all affected by my poor relationship with food and my body. I thought that it was normal to go through what I was going through. 

It became very difficult to enjoy meals with friends and family due to my anxiety and stress around food. I felt I needed to exercise to burn off the food I was eating. I would continue to go to the gym even when I was injured or sick. 

I am now at a place where I am at peace with food and my body. I’m able to have my favourite foods in the house without constantly thinking about them. I respect my bodies hunger and fullness cues. I am able to enjoy meals with my friends and family. My personal struggle with food and my body has made me very passionate about helping others. I want you to get the 1:1 support to get to a place where you are at peace with food and your body. 

It does get better

Improving your relationship with food is a journey. Society, your upbringing, or other factors may contribute to some preconceived notions of what you believe a healthy diet is. Perhaps you’ve tried multiple diets, lost weight, and had a hard time maintaining the weight loss. Maybe you have found yourself in the diet and binge cycle over and over again. Being stuck into this perpetual downward cycle negatively affects your emotional and physical health. It can be a slippery slope that can lead clients to adopt an unhealthy diet mentality and try to meet impossible goals aimed at quick fixes instead of treating the root cause.

If you find you are consistently using food as the only coping mechanism to deal with negative feelings, it may be time to seek help. Expanding your skills with dealing with emotions can help you work through emotional eating. I help my clients overcome different struggles they are facing with emotional eating and learn new coping mechanisms.

Many of my clients are dealing with digestive issues such as constipation, diarrhea, or bloating. I help work through these struggles as we work on repairing your relationship with food.I have also struggled with my relationship with food and body image. 

You are capable and deserving

You are capable of overcoming the struggles that you are having and getting to a place where you are at peace with food. You can get to a place where you can enjoy meals with friends and family. It is possible to have your favourite foods in the house and not feel out of control or a sense of guilt when eating them.

You are deserving to have more energy to enjoy life and pursue your dreams. To focus more on your family, career, friendships, and other aspects of your life. Food does not need to consume so much of your time and thoughts. You are deserving of so much more!