And Now, To Eat My Words……

A few weeks ago, I wrote about shame and how harmful it is to our relationship with food. I explored the way researcher Brene Brown uses shame vs guilt in a general way and translated this idea onto food.  The problem is that after I pressed send on the article, I found myself in a mini shame…

Is Shame Ever Useful?

(Note to the reader, after I wrote this article, I decided I did not agree with everything I wrote, I talk about that here….And Now, To Eat My Words) We might think of it as a necessary evil, something to motivate ourselves, others or even our children to be better human beings, but according to…

Do You Objectify Yourself?

When your body becomes an object, this is where things go wrong.  That’s when you do things “to” your body.   Your mind gets tangled in a battle for what you get to have (or not have) by making your body an object of your desire. Instead, what if you were to simply ask your body, “How…