Sometimes living on Planet Earth can feel like a game of survival – and for some of us, that’s a lifelong experience.
In today’s episode of the podcast, food psychology teacher Marc David works with 47-year old Isabelle.
As a child, Isabelle endured years of physical abuse from her stepfather, and subsequently never developed the feeling of emotional safety.
Now a mother herself, Isabelle is recognizing that her patterns around emotional eating are deeply intertwined with her childhood experiences, and the challenge she’s had as an adult of forgiving her now elderly mom for looking the other way.
Food and Emotional Safety Session
In their coaching session, Marc shares some powerful paradigm shifts and strategies for reconnecting and finally experiencing the emotional safety that we all need to be healthy humans.
As Marc teaches, when we truly work on our relationship with food, we’re driven to go deeper: far beyond what’s on our plate, or what and when we eat.
For so many of us, working on our relationship with food also means that we’re doing the inner work to resolve the pain and heartbreak we’ve experienced along the path of life.
We’d love to hear your own experience or thoughts about this episode – please drop us a comment below!
P.S. Interested in learning more about emotional eating and finally finding freedom with food? Would you like some deeper wisdom and guidance in your emotional eating journey? If so, we’d love for you to learn more about our special program, The Emotional Eating Breakthrough. This is a 10-week online transformational experience that’s designed to help you finally find peace with food. You’ll learn from the originator of the field of Eating Psychology, Marc David – and you’ll be guided through a true mind, body, heart and soul approach combining the best of psychology, science, and personal development. The powerful tools and techniques you’ll discover in the program address the root cause of why we emotionally eat, forever changing your relationship with food.
The Emotional Eating Breakthrough
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