Part of my PTG process requires deep introspection.
While it can be a pain to take an x ray to Injury it’s necessary to see what’s really going on to then make sure the next best step is the most necessary and beneficial.
I’ll admit, sometimes it can feel like a guessing game. I work with my clients in the food relationship program intimately and because it’s a “short” program it’s intensive by nature.
In this process, there are bound to be ups and downs as we figure out what’s really going on, address it, tear it down, then start building again in trust, love, and safety
I value this process so much because it always leads to the desired (or beyond desired) outcomes.
Working with amazing women like Janet is so fulfilling because Of those moments when things start to “click” and it feels less and less like an uphill battle.
While there are plenty of opportunities to grow and improve, it is important to do so methodically and with intentional effort.
Had Janet not been open with herself, with me, or to the process she may not have uncovered her true needs.
By being willing to connect the dots with me, answer tough questions, look within, and consistently take action—she was able to change her reality.
It’s not always going to look how you expect it to because there’s usually things you aren’t present to yet.
But when you raise awareness, belief, trust, and attention to detail then you can capitalize on those breakthroughs with new habits, thoughts, beliefs, and behavior patterns.
Emotional eating is a common word thrown around and often not deeply considered for what it means.
We may be filling emotional voids, running from them, trying to control them, unsure how to address them, or even disconnected.
If you want to work through emotional eating, you must be willing to work through your emotions.
Thank you for celebrating Janet’s success with me! If you’re feeling inspired to start your journey to healing your relationship with food then visit www.celestial.fit/foodfreedom.