I never used to be a fan of going to the doctor because a) it usually meant I felt sick and b) if it wasn’t strep throat, I was pretty sure I could manage my symptoms on my own because they were probably not serious. Then I went to medical school, and developed a case … More Don’t Be Your Own Doctor
I spend a lot of time talking with my friends, family, and clients about the futility in pursuing a thinner body. Most of them recognize this fact, but the biggest struggle is not admitting truth but in living it out. Even though many of us agree wholeheartedly that there’s more to life than achieving the … More If Thin Isn’t the Most Important Thing, What Is?
Before I became a Christian, I tried really hard to be “perfect.” I think even now, I still have some perfectionistic inclination: I am tempted to believe, at times, that my worth and value comes from how well I do things instead of who I am. One of the ways that my perfectionism used to manifest was … More We Were Designed To Eat With Freedom