How to Listen to Your Body and Eat Intuitively

Is listening to your body and eating intuitively a mystery to you? A topic I’m very passionate about is intuitive eating, and much of my work with clients is helping them improve their relationship with food, rather than viewing it...

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Client Testimonial – Healing the Relationship With Food

Looking for some inspiration? In this video testimonial, my client Ashley Working shares her journey as an athlete, and how she overcame her challenges with her relationship with food. Ashley describes her issues that she brought to me, and how over...

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My Personal Struggle with an Eating Disorder – Part 3

How I got sucked in, my day to day struggle and how I overcame anorexia. Many months ago I started writing about my personal struggle with an eating disorder. This is the first time I put it ALL out there...

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My Personal Struggle with an Eating Disorder – Part 2

Realizing I had a problem, I wasn't ready to change. "No food tasted as good as being skinny felt." Last blog I posted about the background history of my personal struggle with an eating disorder. Today I want to share...

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My Personal Struggle with an Eating Disorder – Part 1

The early days of how my childhood brewed an eating disorder for my teenage years. This is my personal story about my struggle with anorexia and disordered eating. It’s a long one so I will break it up into a...

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The Importance of Being a Positive Role Model

I had a very sad experience recently that reminded me of the power and importance of being a positive role model. A 6 year old told me she needed to get skinny! Yes, a 6 year old little girl!! After...

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Becoming More Than Just a Number: My Journey with an Eating Disorder

As a collegiate athlete, and a distance runner, numbers became an obsession. This blog tells Hannah's journey of breaking free of an eating disorder. I have been playing sports since the age of four; being an athlete has always taken...

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