You are constantly told you are not good enough. Not skinny enough. Not beautiful enough. Not smart enough. Not perfect enough.
We get it! There is massive pressure in our society to fit into generally accepted norms of what an ideal body looks like. Buying into these ideals can cause lifelong stress and create incredibly unhealthy habits that can cause a lot of challenges and heartache.
Don’t forget, you’re supposed to have the body of a supermodel, big boobs, tight abs, no stretch marks, no wrinkles, and the confidence of a Hollywood star.
How unrealistic is that?!
This can so easily lead to so many things including:
Poor body image
Lack of motivation
Fear about making a mistake
Not knowing what you should do to be happy & healthy
Plus so much more…
Luckily there IS something you can do to STOP that downward spiral and start gaining the tools and the confidence you need to tackle this head on right now!
Imagine how will it feel to...
To eat the foods you love fearlessly, without guilt or the worry of overeating
Learn how to trust your natural ability to eat the right amounts of food that feel amazing to YOU
Cope with stress and relieve boredom in fulfilling, fun, easy ways
Make sure your needs, wants, and desires are taken care of with NO guilt
Increase your confidence and self esteem
Develop a trust in your body’s intuition and wisdom
Learn to love your entire self - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual
Be grateful and appreciative for your body, your unique abilities and incredible gifts
Accept your body as it is and care for it in a way that feels amazing to you
Create healthy habits that will serve you for your entire life
Eat Fearless! Feel Free! program is created for women struggling with emotional eating who:
Think that happiness or social acceptance comes with a certain weight or clothing size
Have a negative body image
Are lacking confidence and self esteem
Obsess about everything they eat and have considered dieting, counting calories, or jumping on the latest cleanse fad just to lose a few kgs
Feel guilty when they eat certain foods
Think about food all the time
Labels foods as "good" and "bad"
Are triggered by certain foods that they find difficult to have in the house or once they start can't stop eating.
Use willpower to stay away from certain foods
Eat quickly and generally feel dissatisfied after a meal
Have meals or snacks while doing other things such as driving, working, watching tv, etc.
Feel deprived when they don't get to eat what they want.
Have very strong sugar cravings
Are confused about what they are "supposed" to eat.
Eat because they are stressed, bored, anxious, or just emotional
They loathe their body and want to change it.
Feel they need to exercise to earn the right to eat