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Recovering from Thanksgiving?

Are you glad the holiday is behind you? Tired of the unwanted comments about your food choices? Over hearing about the latest FAD diet various family members have been doing the past few months?

We get you and are with you! We are so proud of you for doing your best and surviving (relatively unscathed) the past weeks holiday hulabaloo. We also hope you were able to find some joy around the meal and family interactions. Whether your food of choice was dinner rolls or turkey or cookies or pie, we hope you were able to feel satisfied and allowed some peace to enjoy what you are comfortable eating.

If you are tired of facing these types of situations alone, we stand with you. Boundaries are a tough topic and can be even more tough when trying to set them with family, especially around food and body these days. But, we are here to tell you it can and should be done. I'd love to tell you the hardest part is the how, but I don't want to lie to you. It's no joke implementing strategies to protect yourself and your emotional bandwith in these situations, but once you've started you'll experience the hardest part of the process. What is that, you might be asking. I'm here to tell you it's the reactions from those you are implementing the boundaries with. Loved ones, friends, family. The people you should feel safest with making these changes can be some of the meanest responses.

You don't have to be alone with this. We've got your back and can help you put a plan in place for implementing strategies. The most important part is that you do it!

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