Prior to discovering intuitive eating, I would feel obligated to eat food at social gatherings. If I were offered food, I felt refusing would be rude, so I would accept the food and eat it despite not being hungry. Read about this in the article “Back Off Man, I’m an Intuitive Eater!“
If I don’t think twice about honoring my need to use the little girl’s room, then why do I question my body when it’s hungry? Read about this on my blog in the article “But I Just Ate!“
I put on my big-girl pants, so to speak, and purged my closet. By letting go of these items that no longer serve me, I have released yet another link to my eating disordered past. Read about this in the article “Purging My Closet“!
I want to think more positively, so I decided to create a list as a way to document the qualities that make me who I am. Check out what I wrote in “My ‘Why I Am Awesome‘ List!” and share why you are awesome too!
Every part of me serves a purpose and I frequently take my body for granted. I delve into this on my blog in the article “My Body: A Marvelous Machine“!