How good are you willing to let yourself feel?
Raise your hand if this sounds familiar…
*Letting your self-worth be determined by your jeans size.
*Starting the day thinking “I feel gross”.
*Feeling shame and disappointment over not being able to stick to the plan you made this morning.
*Worrying about losing control around “forbidden foods”.
*Letting thoughts about food and your weight distract you from your real life.
*Smiling on the outside while feeling miserable on the inside.
*Eating your feelings.
*Going to your kid’s school program and comparing yourself to other moms.
*Making no progress on your own.
Through working together,
my clients have experienced…
“I can go out to eat and not have guilt associated with food.”
“I’m rockin’ my mom-shorts! 🤣”
“I’ve had to get rid of old clothes because they’re too big.”
“I have a sense of confidence now because I know how to get myself back on track after a weekend or a vacation.”
“I used to want to say no to party invitations because I was embarrassed by how I looked. Last weekend we went to my husband’s work party and I loved it!”
“I never want my daughter to grow up with the same hang ups I had. I’m not perfect, but I am modeling what it’s like to love myself and my body for my kids.”
“I just can’t even tell you how much more energy and head space I have because I’m not obsessing over it any more!”
“I feel like I can be me again.”
How do we work together?
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No BS Weight Loss team!
to learn more about
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