Mar 8, 2023
While Laura McKowen is known for her work around alcohol sobriety, her first coping strategy was food.
Like Laura, I have many clients who come to me where their first “thing” was food. And after getting sober or soberish, their eating issues return or becomes a “thing”.
In this special Insatiable episode, we...
Jan 4, 2023
Dr. Michelle Segar, one of the more progressive health behavioral change experts, says sustainable behavior change with eating and exercise is not a product of rule-following.
In other words, trying so hard to perfectly stick to a plan is not an effective goal or strategy. Rather, we need to learn flexibility. Because...
Dec 28, 2022
When I surveyed my newsletter
readers back In the April, a common survey response theme
“I feel uncomfortable in my body and feel ridiculous that I am focused on this when there is so much else that is so much more important to deal with.”
I sooo get this. I felt this way about my own weight struggles in the...
Dec 14, 2022
Truce with Food foundational focus is learning how to
effectively respond to the stress that makes you eat. Because we
are often reacting to the past when our sense of safety was
compromised, which fuels our current stress.
For example, I used to binge on sugar during my cancer “scanxiety” season even though it...
Nov 30, 2022
How many times have you thought: why
do I self-sabotage with food? If those answers haven’t gotten you
very far, I have a much better question for you.
“How does my eating protect me?” is a question that will take you far and deep. To guide us with this question and path to your answers, I have the wise Sil...