Thinking about food all the time is a challenging hurdle for most people who want to lose weight or who are fighting to create a healthy relationship and their body image. When you can learn to stop thinking about food all the time you are able to step into a place of freedom and balance with your diet and calorie intake. Ultimately, when we stop thinking about food all the time we are free, more confident and we have an increased sense of self-trust. Get the full coaching and show notes at www.trishblackwell.com/395
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By Kelsey VL
Trish, I just wanted to thank you so much for your podcast. I am going through a really hard time in my life with my career and feeling stuck and scared for the future. I found your podcast when I needed it the most. I am a struggling perfectionist and struggle wiht always not feeling good enough. Your podcast has helped me considerably to change my mindset and attitude! You have an infectious kind spirit and a genuine personality! I ‘m so thankful I found your podcast and highly recommend for anyone struggling to find their way in life and with their capabilities. There are so many insightful and helpful topics you discuss! Thank you again and your story and background give me hope I can change my life for the better as well.
We have a distorted sense of self-care.
We have created unnecessary rules, fears, and restrictions.
We believe that the “good life” isn’t available to us.
We are too busy for basic enjoyment of food and rush through it.
We are spiritually hungry for more and for meaning.
I can speak from first-hand experience, and from that of the hundreds of women I have worked with privately over the years … it is like living in an invisible prison.
Your thoughts are consumed.
Your joy is conditional.
Your beauty feels fragile and ever-fleetings.
Notice that none of them are positive.
Ok, super-practically speaking:
Minimize your decision fatigue. (Pre-decide snacks, meals, etc)
Work with a coach or a therapist to sort through your food relationship.
Buy only food that doesn’t trigger you
Eat more slowly and mindfully (time this, practice intentional fork placement, use proper plates, etc.)
Ok, more metaphysically speaking:
Journal daily and train your thoughts to see yourself with pure eyes
Treat your body like a temple and with respect, and food will lose its allure
Pray for freedom – and determine to walk in peace every.day.every.day.every.day.
Be on guard for anything that might steal your peace or rattle your heart – don’t dive back to buffering
For example, I have been healed and recovered from my eating disorder (which lasted for almost 15 years) for now over ten years, and I still have to guard my thoughts and watch my emotions. Emotions have an acension quality to them, and if I am not careful, I can find myself being tempted to run to old behaviors that don’t serve me any more.
When this happens I literally imagine an old bird cage and tell myself that I am not getting back in it. I look at the tattoo on my arm and remind myself of Galatians 5:1 and I think about verses like:
Now may the Lord of peace himself give you his peace at all times and in every situation. -2 Thess 3:16
You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you! – Isaiah 26:3
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Hey Trish – I’m Nancy and I’ve been listening to your podcast for a while and I play some of them on repeat a lot. I wanted to say thank you for never giving up on yourself and being alive on this earth because if it wasn’t for your word s and your testimonies I would have thought I was the only person out there that couldn’t be “fixed” and couldn’t change. Thank you for being genuine because it makes me know that I’m not alone and not the only one. You are living proof that, yes, any change is possible. I keep your words in my head a lot to help me keep going. I swear I feel like we’re friends and like you’re talking to me in your podcasts. Much love Trish. You’ve impacted my life so much without even knowing it.
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