The truth about your body image and eating will surprise you.
Everyone wants to recognize their intuition but most of us have lost touch with that part of ourselves. In fact, most of us have lost touch with our bodies.
If you're not in touch with your body, how can the image you have of it be real?
When a scale becomes the way to relate to your body, the image is distorted.
The truth is, diets and focusing on calories and methods to reduce weight miss the big picture. The big picture is clear 24/7 when you use your intuitive tools.
What does it take?
Why not make a commitment to your self and see what happens?
It's not expensive or time consuming to learn to recognize cues from your body and be in sync with yourself.
It takes guts to change.
It takes letting go of fear and doubts to hold on to a new way.
When eating becomes the way you relate to your body, everything changes.
Your body image becomes a happy one. Imagine.
The truth about your body image and eating is brand new when you find a feeling of self-control. That's what happens when you depend on the intuitive tools.
Once you connect with physical cues, you'll discover that eating enhances the way you see yourself.
Instead of looking through a lens of criticism you appreciate your body. It's hard to believe, I know.
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Right now, if you don't like what you see in the mirror and if every time you try on something new you see new physical problems with the way you look, you are a diet victim. You are fighting with yourself.
Intuitive eating is a challenge worth taking. You'll realize that you're not alone with this new way of seeing your body and eating. And you'll discover you can swap diet stress for personal satisfaction.
Living with a distorted body image means you are hounded by fear and doubts about yourself.
Eating reflects living. Let your eating lifestyle embrace the way you want to live.
Let your senses stretch out to envision just being at peace with your eating because you are in tune with messages from your body.
Eating is supposed to be a sensuous pleasure. It's supposed to be relaxing.
All change takes guts.
When you look at yourself and see what's wrong, and then feel badly about yourself, your body gets it.
Worse is that your soul feels it and your energy is hostile to yourself. Sadly that energy flows into other relationships in your life. This means that your frustration about the way your body looks is a kind of poison.
Learn how to see yourself differently.
Choose to close the diet book and start a new chapter in your life by eating for health and well being.
Am I Really Hungry has the answers.
A recent study found that 95% of non-eating disordered women overestimate the size of their hips by 16% and their waists by 25%, yet the same women were able to correctly estimate the width of a box.
Dieting is a bandaid, intuitive eating is the cure!