Tag: emotional eating
Today I am grateful for progress. Last night I did something I haven’t done in at least three years: I binged. I ate potato chips (ruffled sweet potato and white) and maple candy (in the shape of maple leaves). I ate until my stomach felt like it was going to burst and then, feeling confused […]
I’m not going to pretend that this is something that people have been discussing for ages. Or that (most likely) anyone cares about but me…
Balance is illusive. I feel like I’m always searching for it. And whenever it seems like I’ve found it; found that thin, calm line between excesses, it slips through my fingers. And it occurred to me, that even while I am constantly searching for some “sense of balance”, I don’t really know what balance is.
We talk a bit about being “good” and being “bad” with food and what that concept does to our relationship with food and our relationship to our desires. Ane Axford is a hypnotherapist in NYC who specializes with the 20% of the population who are highly sensitive. Find out more about her at her website:www.sensitiveandthriving.com Lovelillian
Ane and I continue our conversation on sugar addiction. In this episode we explore the emotional roots of sugar addiction. Which are mainly: 1. Not feeling like we can have pleasure in our lives. And/Or: 2. Not knowing how to get pleasure that works for us. And how those two ideas impact the rest of […]