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One of the first group calls we do in our Foundations programs is a “share your story” call. It’s powerful stuff.
If you’re living with food or body image struggles, you may feel like you’re on your own. Like you’re the only one who’s ever felt crazy around food, or that you must have the most negative self-talk when it comes to your body.
And that feeling of alone-ness can bring up so much shame.
What I’ve learned from Brené Brown (a PhD researcher of all things courage, vulnerability, empathy, and shame) is that shame can’t survive empathy. So, on that call, as our clients open up and share their stories out loud, they are met with a flood of empathy. And this allows them to leave their shame behind as they progress through this incredible journey to nutritional freedom.
I hope today’s episode gives you a taste of that experience. While we’re not chatting over coffee trading war stories, you may hear some of your experience in mine. And I hope that helps you feel seen, heard, understood, and held.
And I also hope that through my journey to nutritional freedom and the confidence that ensues, you recognize that there is a way out. That none of what you’re struggling with right now is a foregone conclusion. There’s life on the other side of dieting.
Enjoy today’s episode, where I get very personal and share my journey through a decade of diets and the four big lessons I learned along the way.
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