Millions of people use food as a way of seeking comfort from pain or hurt in their lives. Most are doing it without even realizing it.
Do you find yourself sitting at home, alone & bored watching TV and eating when you aren’t hungry? Do you suffer from insomnia and find yourself getting up during the night & cleaning out the pantry? They don’t call it comfort food for nothing!
In order to break through this unhealthy behavior, you have to dig deep and figure out what is really eating at you! It may be worry about something going on in your life or someone close to you. It may be an issue stemming from childhood that you never worked through and hoped to bury. You have to work your way through the pain in order to come out on the other side. This hurt and discomfort you are experiencing is good — it is showing you that you are due for a change.
You may have tried dieting in the past many times with no success. Don’t beat yourself up about past failures. You weren’t ready to make a change or you needed help! Sometimes the true difference between failure and success is getting the help you need and deserve!
I want to help you by giving you a FREE resource that you can use to finally make the change you’ve been longing for and end your feelings of hopelessness once and for all.
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Ever have one of those weeks where you feel like you can’t keep up? This was one for me! Too many priorities and too little time!
I had to remind myself to breathe and to use this as an opportunity to put things in perspective.
Sometimes, we have to “lose our balance” to get it back. Instead of accepting that we will never achieve balance, taking a moment to reflect can often help us recover it.
For me this week, I had a long list of “to do’s” for my business. I also decided that I was going to start to spend 10 minutes per day learning conversational Japanese for an upcoming trip, and I had some interesting new developments in the 23andme community that made me want to pull out hundreds of printed ancestry charts and start databasing to discover how I am related to someone with whom I had a DNA match. I didn’t want to admit that I had taken on too much, because I didn’t want to let anything go. However, I have been on edge this week & having trouble concentrating. I’ve been skipping meals and forgetting to drink water throughout the day. No wonder I was feeling frustrated!
I invite you to think about what types of imbalances have impacted you this week. Has this effected you physically? Mentally? Emotionally? Rather than letting it get you down or giving up on trying to find balance, view your imbalance as a opportunity to think about your needs and to rediscover your balance in a new light.