the link between you and food
Believe it or not, your relationship with food is intricately connected to your relationship with your mother.
Regardless of what your relationship with her is like today, the link between you, your mother, and food is undeniable.
Our mothers are our first source of food.
We rely on our mothers in that same way your son or daughter relies on you today.
Not only are our mothers a source of food, they are also the first source of our emotional needs – protection, comfort, love, and connection.
Later on, their love or hate relationship with their belly, thighs, and body becomes our love or hate relationship with our bodies.
Their compulsions become our compulsions.
As we grow up, our relationship with our mothers becomes more and more complicated. In the same way, our relationship with food becomes more and more complicated.
In the work that I do with my clients in the Escape From Emotional Eating Programs, we work together to heal your childhood wounds, your unmet emotional needs, and toxic food/body beliefs.
It’s a process of untangling and cutting cords with patterns and behaviors that are no longer supportive to you today nor aligned with your highest good.
Because in order 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.
If the roots of your relationship with food (and your mother) are not addressed, you’ll unconsciously perpetuate them. And even pass them down to your children.
So, click here right now. We have important work to do.
In service to your freedom (and the freedom of future generations),
P.S. If you’re thinking, “But I’ve already done so much work around healing my inner child and my relationship with my mother.”…
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 mothers, daughters, 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 apply so we can connect and make sure the roots of your relationship with food are fully healed.
P.P.S. If you’re thinking, “I had a wonderful childhood and have a great relationship with my mother.”… the intricate link between mothers, daughters, and food tends to be one of the biggest blind spots I’ve seen for women in their relationship with food in my decade of research into the psychology of eating. Click here to get help with your blind spots.