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Are You A Supportive Friend? (you might not be)

This weekend, a client (we’ll call her Tara) had a disappointing experience with her friends during a weekend away and I wanted to share because it’s alarmingly common. In fact, YOU might be guilty of behaving the way Tara’s friends did. If so, this is for you. Tara has been working tirelessly on her

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Four Reasons You’re Not Lean Yet

2018 was going to be your year. You’ve tried many times before but this time was going to stick. Your social media posts went from:  “2018, you don’t even know what’s going to hit you!” “ I’ve got 99 problems but motivation ain’t one!” “Yes, man beside me on the treadmill – it is a

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There is No Magic in Fatloss (sorry)

Keto diet Paleo diet Intermittent Fasting IIFYM Mediterranean diet Juice diet The Zone Vegan Gluten-free Clean Eating These are just a few of the diet methodologies I see being tossed around on social media on a daily basis. First, you stumble upon a post that says, “have you tried X diet?” and suddenly, you fall

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Moms don’t EN-joy, they GIVE joy (and other lies)

Self-care is difficult for women no matter what time of year. I spend a lot of time with my clients addressing the issue of social conditioning for both, men and women, and the archaic gender paradigms are never more prevalent than during the holiday season. While there are so many examples of this, today, I’m

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It’s Halloween Candy Season

It’s 4pm on a lazy Sunday and you’re bored. Dinner isn’t usually eaten until 5pm, so you’re a bit hungry. You think, “I just need a little something to hold me over”. Suddenly you remember the box of Halloween candy you bought the day before and you think, “I’ll just have one or two of

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My Eating Disorder – Revisted

As many of you already know, I battled disordered eating, from puberty until my hospitalization in 2005. My official diagnosis was Anorexia – purging type. I would restrict calories and purge the calories I did consume with excessive exercise and/or vomiting. The disease evolved in the 15 years I battled it – making a transition in

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