DISCLAIMER: IN THIS POST I AM SHARING MY OWN PERSONAL EXPERIENCES and beliefs- I AM NOT A licensed nutrition PROFESSIONAL. I AM NOT ATTEMPTING TO DIMINISH OR DISCREDIT ANYONE ELSE’S EXPERIENCES OR THOUGHTS. I UNDERSTAND NOT EVERYONE WILL AGREE WITH ME AND THAT’S OK! I’M ALWAYS OPEN TO CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION IN THE COMMENTS, I JUST ASK THAT YOU ARE RESPECTFUL! 🙂 This post may contain affiliate links!
When I talk to people about Intuitive Eating (IE) they’re always quick to tell me, in one way or another, that “it sounds too good to be true” or that “it’s not for them”- which I can’t fault them for because I used to believe that too. But something we don’t seem to remember is that we’re all born intuitive eaters!
WAIT, WHAT?! Someone who doesn’t exercise? What’s she doing with her life? How is that possible? What’s wrong with her?
These might be a few of the questions running through your head right now, and don’t worry, I’ll answer them all in this post 🙂Read More
Disclaimer: In this post I am sharing my own personal experiences. I am not attempting to diminish or discredit anyone else’s experiences or thoughts. I understand not everyone will agree with me and that’s ok! I’m always open to continuing the conversation in the comments, I just ask that you are respectful! 🙂
Before and afters. We see them all the time on social media. A side-by-side comparison of someone you may or may not know. The caption usually says something about how the person in the “before” photo didn’t have *X,Y,Z*. Then you see the “after” photo and the caption talks about how perfect and wonderful their life is now that they have the *X,Y,Z* they didn’t have before. To me, these types of photos are problematic. Now, bear in mind that when I was in my eating disorder I used to be the person who posted these types of photos weekly, and sometimes even more than once a week (read more about my struggle with an eating disorder and social media here, here and here). So what makes me have such a bone to pick with them?