In past blogs, I have shared several excerpts from my memoir, Digesting Life. The story of my struggle and recovery from an eating disorder is the basis for what led me to create the KARMA Method, a coaching and therapeutic method. My hope is that maybe some of these stories will resonate with you or…
The holidays are an especially difficult time to avoid extra calories and weight gain. We find the office full of delicious offerings on decorative holiday plates at every corner. And who can resist? Very few of us can! Thats why many of us gain several pounds during this time of year. Family functions, visiting relatives and holiday parties seem to take us away from exercise and conscientious food choices, and focus our attention on enjoying life, eating, drinking and good company. Not all bad certainly, but not all good either, if all that enjoyment comes at the price of extra pounds and an enlarging waistline. So what can you do to prevent the holiday bulge? Here are a few tips to help you avoid overindulging:
Though you may have kids, a partner, friends and family members who love you, loving yourself is one of the most important things that you can do. For many people, unfortunately, this is a challenge. If you have poor self-esteem, you may feel you are unworthy of love, even from yourself. Working toward creating a loving relationship with yourself can take time, but it’s worth the effort.
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