If you’re like me, you’ve been around the diet and food wars for a long time.
You’ve invested a lot of money and energy and deprivation in trying to get food into a safe place in your life so that you can have a right-sized body and peace and freedom. But nothing seems to last.
Until now, you’ve probably been focused on the food: what NOT to eat, how much NOT to eat, when NOT to eat. And it’s given you some results but then those results just fade away. The same thing happened to me until I figured out why.
It isn’t about the food. What keeps us overeating are the circumstances of our lives.
For most of us, recovery from food addiction, obsession, and compulsion isn’t possible until we can say YES to creating a more satisfying life between meals.
The 52 Conversations are a great way to get coaching and help as you make changes for a thinner, sweeter life without sugar and other demon foods.
The Conversations offer support in our relationships with many aspects of that new life: food, health, family and friends, work and money, body image, and most importantly inner peace.
- Freedom from guilt, shame, and self-loathing
- Better mood and better relationships with those you love and work with
- A safe, healthy, predictable relationship with food
- A way to take lasting control over your eating
- A sweeter life between meals
Each week, you’ll receive an email with a link to that week’s Conversation with ideas and suggested activities to help you consider new ways of being and doing that can move you towards that new life.
What members are saying about the 52 Conversations program:
“I’m loving the conversations; they make sense and I like your personal testimonial in them. The questions you ask are great. They are simple and realistic.”
—Louise, Alberta, Canada
“The life between meals online program and coaching have led me to a place in my life I thought I would never be—free from sugar!”
—Judith, Portland, OR
Click here to see the topics of the 52 Conversations.
Ready to get started towards that thinner, sweeter life?
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