What good teachers teach

  I’ve recently hired a coach to help me with my business, which means I have an hour each week where all my stuff is mirrored back to me. So far, in just two sessions, I’ve seen in myself what I see in my clients when they first start the work. I’m tired of going

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Weight + the New Year

This is what I know. I’ve studied the in’s and out’s of nutrition, metabolism, health, and all the rest – and there’s still one thing I cannot tell you. I cannot tell you what’s going to happen with your weight. I cannot tell you, and frankly, no chart, table, or practitioner truly holds the answer.

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Holiday parties and other challenging food situations

  Happy December! Whether you’re someone who loves the holidays or you can’t wait for them to end, I think we can all agree the holidays can bring on stress, and for a lot of us, food stress. Just when the Halloween candy bowls have emptied, in rolls November’s pies and December’s cookies, fudge, and

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The two questions

  There are two questions I’d like every emotional eater to have in their back pocket. Especially when you’re going to the cupboards for the third, forth, or twelfth time and you’re not physically hungry. Or you’re on autopilot headed to the fridge. Or when you’re at the grocery store and about to put food

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It’s Not Your Body’s Fault

  Not too long ago a client of mine, Christina (name changed for confidentiality), had a big week. She gave a breakout presentation to top executives in her company – then immediately following her talk – she drove across town to receive the keys to her brand new home. While parts of her week were

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