For many of us, it's not as simple as just changing the foods we eat to lose weight. When we use food in ways other than its intended use, we first need to look into the "why" behind the reasons we do this before we can make the changes we need to make.
If you're reading this I'm guessing you can relate and have also tried it all. It wasn't until years later, and after tons of research, education and personal growth and development did I finally find an answer.
Think about a time you have gone on a binge, have you ever binged on kale. Have you ever said omg I am so craving a huge bowl of kale right now. I’m going to go out on a limb right now and say, I don’t think so.
My constant need to make others happy was taking a massive toll on me, and I was paying for it with my physical and mental wellbeing. With my health and happiness at an all-time low, I knew I needed a change In a big way.
The pressure to live up to all these cluttered beliefs can feel like an impossibly daunting task, with no end in sight. For a lot of us, life seems to be more of a coping act than a joy-filled experience.