I lived each day too full, regretting every bite I took that got me to bloated and stuffed. Other times, I was totally famished, fantasizing about the next morsel of food I was 'allowed' to eat. Feeling the high of a new diet/plan. But who was I kidding? That never lasted.
Eating with others was a challenge as I feared their judgement of my every bite. But eating alone wasn't much better because - - well - - I was alone. It was a mix of heaven and hell. Heaven - because I could eat anything I wanted in massive quantities (after all, no one was watching) and hell - because the amount of all types of food could consume in such a a short period time in a detached fog (after all, no one was watching).
I was living out of contact with my body, my heart and my God (higher power, the Universe, you know...). Out of alignment with my authentic self. And somehow I knew there had to be a better way. There was more to life than a growling stomach or worse yet - a stuffed stomach pressing against my waistband. And that's when I made a promise to myself, to anybody who was also struggling with their eating and to whatever was out there that could help make it happen.
I promised that if/when I "fix" my issue with food, it would be my life mission to help others do the same.
After years of therapy, several coaches, a Master's program in nutrition, three years of spiritual psychology training certifications, reading any book on psychology, nutrition, behavior, motivation, philosophy, religion, spirituality, love, intuition, life purpose, death, etc - - I finally did it!
I enjoy such a profound peace with food, my body and life - it's even better than I ever imagined! And here I am - dedicated to supporting you in experiencing it for yourself. I even created my very own Signature System that includes all of my favorite strategies, tools and mindsets to cultivate unshakable freedom with food in any situation.
My commitment to help people achieve permanent peace with food, live from their authentic self and live a life of true freedom only grows more and more each year.
But enough about me...