Posts tagged body image

A Few Words About Resistance

A Few Words About Resistance

Do you ever wonder if you’re normal, or worry that you’re not? Does it ever feel like everyone else has uncovered a crucial piece of the Puzzle of Life, but that somehow, this piece will never be made known to you, because you are inherently and fatally flawed in some way? Luckily, there is a […]

Losing Weight Is Hard

Losing Weight Is Hard

Hey there! I hope you found last week’s journal exercise illuminating and that you were able to dive deep into your own past experiences losing weight (or at least trying to lose weight). If you missed the last post, you can check it out here and enjoy some quality, free-flow writing time to yourself. It’s all good– […]

What Happened The Last Time You Lost Weight?

What Happened The Last Time You Lost Weight?

This is one of my favorite questions that Jessica Ortner posed in her best-selling book, The Tapping Solution for Weight Loss and Body Confidence, and it’s one that I savored the opportunity to answer in great detail for myself when I first started this coaching journey. Why am I so curious about past attempts to lose […]

A Serious Case of Serious-Itis

A Serious Case of Serious-Itis

I’ve always been a serious person. Even as a young girl, my default facial expression was “Furrowed Brows”, followed closely by “Deep in Thought”. When other kids my age were scampering on the playground and skinning their knees on the gravel, I was off to one side of the designated jungle gym space during recess, […]

My ‘Oh Sh*t!’ Moment

My ‘Oh Sh*t!’ Moment

We’ve all heard of (and likely experienced) “Aha!” moments, right? Aha moments are awesome; through them, difficult, tangled-up issues can be unraveled with ease and solutions to long-standing problems suddenly seem self-evident, like they’ve been there all along. Recently, I’ve experienced the exact opposite of an “Aha!” moment. I like to call it my “Oh […]