Finding freedom with food
Do you ever...
...overeat to avoid hunger? ...eat differently when alone? ...feel out of control around food? ...not know if you’re hungry or not? …overeat after breaking a food rule? ...divide foods into good and bad foods? ...swing between good days or bad days? …overeat whenever you’re not on a diet? …keep hoping tomorrow will be different? …think that the problem is not having found the right diet? ...feel trapped in an endless battle to control what you eat? ...eat to feel better (even if you know you’ll feel worse later)? ...find your mood affected by how much or what you’ve eaten?
And/or do you ever...
...go for 8 hours or more without eating?
...go hungry to feel better about yourself?
...find yourself lying about what you’ve eaten?
…realise you’re thinking about food all the time?
...worry about the effect of the food you’ve eaten?
...avoid social occasions because food will be involved?
...get anxious when you fear you might break a food rule?
...spend more time than you want to planning about food?
...over-prioritise food rules at the expense of other things?
...feel locked into an unrewarding set of rules around eating?
...take drastic compensatory action because of eating (for example, starving yourself, overexercising, using laxatives or vomiting)?
Happily, with the right help it’s possible for everyone who has difficulties to find more freedom with food.
For more information, or to book a free initial meeting, you are warmly invited to contact Lena.