When I got sober, I wasn't prepared for the almost immediate sugar cravings that ensued. Because I lied about my sobriety, telling people I had quit drinking because I'd decided to "get healthy", I knew I'd have to figure out strategies to curb my cravings or else risk being "found out". I read voraciously on the subject of nutrition. I learned more about addiction and the role of pleasure centres in the brain. I uncovered the inextricable link between my food and my mood, and I learned how managing my stress, prioritizing my sleep and focusing on moving my body worked synergistically to create a lifestyle I no longer wanted to escape from.
The next 16 years were about building a healthy relationship with myself, and I want to share what I've learned with you. Because what I've learned is that it's not about the food (although that IS part of it, and we DO go there); but rather, it's about what the food represents in our lives.
Group coaching is a powerful way to be supported when you have made the decision to take your health and wellness to the next level. Being able to connect with others who understand takes the shame and stigma out of admitting we don't have it all figured out.
I want you to celebrate your life and your health, and together we will help you to feel the kind of joy and freedom you deserve.
I can't wait to get started!