my living hell
When I was a sophomore in college I had a roommate that made my life a living hell. Let’s call her Alexis.
I was constantly attacked by her openly hateful comments.
She even made simple things, like brushing my teeth, impossible by hiding my toothbrush…only after it took a swim in the toilet.
I never knew someone could be so mean.
It was hell.
Now, I’m getting ready to lead my 13th retreat with my clients, called The ESCAPE, where we’ll be focusing on the Root Of Emotional Eating™: Self-loathing.
While this one will be virtual, due to COVID, the work we do together and why we come together is still the same.
To me, self-loathing feels like living with Alexis.
From my decade of research in the psychology of emotional eating, I discovered that self-loathing is the most common root that triggers emotional eating. It keeps you locked into cycles of guilt and shame, with your compulsions with food growing like weeds.
This makes simple things impossible, like getting dressed in the morning or deciding what to eat.
If left unhealed, self-loathing will rob you of achieving your full potential.
This is why on the ESCAPE, we’ll be focusing on transforming this by releasing past experiences that are currently embedded in your cells, transforming your limiting beliefs, and learning to love yourself.
And I’m not talking about fluffy bullshit self-love. I’m talking about fundamental re-wiring through a get-it-in-your-cells-experience. Something that happens when we come together on our ESCAPE retreats, regardless if it’s in-person or virtual.
Even if you won’t be joining us on the ESCAPE next weekend, we can still work together to release your inner Alexis. Click here right now to apply so we can connect and explore which of the Escape From Emotional Eating Programs is a fit for you.
Once you apply my team will reach out to get you scheduled so we can connect right after the ESCAPE is over next week.
I look forward to helping you heal the roots of your emotional eating!
In service to your freedom,
P.S. Afraid that if you aren’t so hard on yourself you’ll just become lazy? Yeah, well, when you are no longer living with that constant critic blathering inside your head or driving you to emotionally eat, you become powerful beyond measure. We can talk about this more when we connect — apply here now.