Social media has a way of highlighting our collective tendency to compare ourselves to other people. It’s often said that social media is a “highlight reel,” meaning that we end up comparing our regular, standard, everyday lives to the cleanest, prettiest, proudest and most polished moments in somebody else’s. Nobody’s life is perfect. However, comparison … More I used to be so _______________.
One of my favorite parts about being an intuitive eater is that when I set down my fork and walk away from the table, I no longer am thinking about food. When I was dieting and dealing with disordered eating, I felt like food was the only thing I could think about. I never felt … More 3 Ways to Make Meals More Satisfying
When I was struggling with chronic dieting and disordered eating, life was a lot less fun than it is today. There were lots of reasons for this—mental, emotional, spiritual, social, physical—many of which I’ve already discussed on this blog. But today, I’m going to touch on some of the physical reasons. Dieting made me physically … More 3 Ways Dieting Can Cause Hypothyroidism
First things first, happy new year! I don’t think any of us will be missing 2020, so here’s to the hope and redemption that we have in Christ. [Can I get an ‘amen’???] Over the course of (the insanity that was) the past year, God taught me a lot of the importance of slowing down, … More What’s Your “Why?”
Have you ever completed a screening for disordered eating/eating disorders? If you’ve been diagnosed with an eating disorder and are reading this blog for support in your recovery, you probably have been. (I’m so glad you’re here!) If you’ve never been diagnosed with an eating disorder or never sought professional support for disordered eating patterns, … More How Okay Are You With Gaining 2 Pounds?