You are what you think

The basic Eating Psychology concept is that you digest what you consume. It’s about belief systems and ideology, unwanted behaviors and root causes, soul lessons and journeys. It’s about your individuality.

Some people are ready to step up and say nope, I’m not happy with what’s happening, and I want to change that. This is who I speak to.

For those of you who are ready to go within and make some real life-changing adjustments – Let me give you this first concept …

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If you believe that the food on your plate, or in that paper bag, is the best food for you right now based on where you are and what you’re doing – then it is.

If you believe that you’re not worthy of even the best – then you’re not.

And so your body behaves accordingly.

Relationship with Food. It’s a concept. It’s a precept. It’s a choice. It’s a lifestyle. It’s fluid. And It’s important to understand.

As you go about your day and things go up and down – imagine how that’s affecting not only your body, but your health as well.

 

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It is your responsibility

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Sh**t happens. Sometimes life can really suck. People suck.

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People come to me because they are indulging in unwanted behaviors around food. The first thing I ask them is Who taught you how to eat this way?

See,  what most people don’t realize is that somewhere along the way they were coping with something. They reached for that one thing that offered them pleasure – or control – in an otherwise sh**ty moment. It’s not your fault.

Now that you recognize you don’t like this part of you – you can change it. But with everything, as you learn something new – patience, support, guidance, exploration, and time are all necessary. So if you are ready to embrace a change, around an unwanted food behavior or habit – contact me. Let’s get curious together.

My Summer Workshop Series Returns

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Tuesdays 7pm

May 8th through June 26th

at Nourishing Journey

8975 Guilford Road, Columbia MD

 

For the Summer Workshop Series, we will read and discuss The Slow Down Diet by Marc David.  Marc David is the founder of The Institute for the Psychology of Eating. This book is read in groups around the world, and facilitated the discussion for a new approach to Nutrition and weight loss.

This series opens the door to exploring and understanding your own personal relationship with food – with the gift of support, and led by Lisa Karasek, CEPC.

“If you’ve ever struggled with finding a way to a deep, happy, and healthy connection with your body and food, The Slow Down Diet is your bible.” – Mark Hyman, M.D.

Because Everyone Deserves A Healthy Relationship with Food

Summer Workshop Series

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My Summer Workshop Series,

located in the Latrobe Park Recreation Center
on Fort Avenue begins soon.
$50 per participant, $45 for early registration.
Reserve your seat today.

The Slow Down Diet by Marc David is the book that started it all.
This book was such a success, that Marc David had no choice but to create
The Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I am a graduate of that Institute,
and a Certified Eating Psychology Coach.

This 8 week Breakthrough Program is held all around the globe during all seasons of the year, and it will help you reach your goals no matter what diet or belief about food you practice.

For 8 weeks you will join a specialized group led by me and read the best selling book The Slow Down Diet by Mark David. There will be discussions and planned exercises designed to bring Everyone into their very own Healthy Relationship with Food.

Because Everyone Deserves A Healthy Relationship with Food

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$20 per person, per class -OR- $15 early registration

Join the class at the Latrobe Park Recreational Center

1627 East Fort Avenue, Baltimore 21230

We will discuss everything you think you know about dieting and weight.

This Workshop is designed to lift the stigma of dieting and how it affects you.