it’s not your fault
One of the biggest blind spots I’ve seen for women when it comes to healing their relationship with food is the intricate link between the wounds you carry and food.
Regardless of whether you’ve been carrying those wounds from past experiences around since childhood or it’s something more recent like the loss of a loved one only a year ago, the link between those experiences and food is undeniable.
Think of it like this…
Challenges or trauma create little holes in your soul.
It’s not your fault you haven’t been taught how to heal, repair, and fill the hole in your soul.
So food became a replacement. Eating became a way of coping, a way to push through and soothe your pain, and a way to erase the memories and voices in your head that still secretly haunt you.
It was a valiant effort to try to fill the hole and tend to your emotional needs.
But the problem is that food can never fill a hole, a wound, that exists on the emotional level. So your true emotional needs go unmet, and your compulsive eating becomes a burden to your body, soul, and life.
As life goes on, more challenges arise, creating more holes in your soul. This is why you feel hungry all the time.
It’s because your emotional body is starving.
In the work that I do with my clients in the Escape From Emotional Eating Programs, we work together to heal the little holes in your soul by finally meeting and nourishing your emotional needs.
This does NOT mean taking more walks or doing more journaling, although those things are nice. Instead, it means learning how to comfort, soothe and make yourself feel safe from within.
Because to fully break free from your struggles with food so you can pour your body, mind, and soul into your mission, you must address the roots of your compulsive eating, which includes addressing your unmet emotional needs.
If the roots of your relationship with food are not addressed, you’ll unconsciously perpetuate them. You’ll continue to walk around with holes in your soul and wonder why you are still hungry after you just ate.
So, let’s connect and uncover those little holes in your soul, what you’ve been truly starving for, and the next steps on what your healing journey looks like from there. Click here right now to apply!
The little holes don’t mean that you are damaged, <<First Name>>. There is nothing wrong with you.
The little holes are the places we’ll fill with light and love until you are full, whole, your best and brightest self.
The little holes are where the healing happens.
In service to your freedom,
P.S. If you’re thinking, “But I’ve already done so much work around healing my childhood wounding, inner child, etc…”
From my experience of spending 932 hours in therapy, I can tell you that general therapy leaves a big missing piece in all of this – the link to food. If the direct connection between your past experiences and food is not addressed head-on, like we do in the Escape From Emotional Eating Programs, the dysfunctions and dis-ease will persist.
Click here right now and applyso we can connect and make sure the roots of your relationship with food are fully healed.